It’s a winter wonderland in Milwaukee and the surrounding areas after Saturday’s winter storm left around six to eight inches in most areas along Lake Michigan.
Our partners with TMJ4’s Storm Team 4 are reporting that a heavier band of snow allowed totals to climb upwards of eight to ten inches near the IL/WI State Line. Farther north of Milwaukee, amounts were smaller with only between two and four inches of snow.
❄️Now THAT’S some Snow! ❄️— Brendan Johnson (@WxBrendan) January 29, 2023
Higher amounts near and South of I-94
Lesser totals farther North.
You can thank that heavier band of snow from last evening! #wiwx pic.twitter.com/04rLFLeMh5
The National Weather Service asked for your help measuring the snowfall where you are. Snow totals are now available on their website.
That’s a wrap folks! Thank you for all of the snow reports this morning. Here’s a map of estimated snowfall totals using your reports! Exact amounts may vary at your exact location.— NWS Milwaukee (@NWSMilwaukee) January 29, 2023
To see snowfall reports by county, visit: https://t.co/mqE08VVysD pic.twitter.com/aMz02qQffu
Additional accumulation is possible depending on whether lake effect snow from Lake Michigan comes ashore on Sunday.