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Happy first day of Spring! It is only fitting that the last two days of winter had highs in the 60s across Southeast Wisconsin. Waking up early Saturday…as expected…a little snow was covering the ground.
If you have a snow total from where you live, please post it to the comments section of the blog. Here is a list of snow totals that I will add to as more come in.
- Caledonia 2.0″-3.0″
- SW Oak Creek 3.0″
- Racine 2.0″
- Hartford 1.0″
- Milwaukee Mitchell 0.7″
- Hartland 0.6″
One of our weather bloggers in Hartford sent this picture from Saturday morning of about 1″ of wet snow. Thanks Jake!
Snow showers will continue into the afternoon in far Southeast Wisconsin…mainly in parts of Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth counties. Those areas will end up seeing the most snow from this quick moving storm…around an inch or so. A few spots will end up above 1″ mainly in Racine, Kenosha, and southern Milwaukee counties.
Here is a snapshot of the radar around 10am Saturday. Everything showing up on the radar was falling as snow.
If you want to track the snow right down to where you live, please check out our interactive radar. It is awesome!
High temperatures for the first half of the weekend will only be in the 30s, with wind chills in the 20s! Some sunshine will push highs back into the 40s on Sunday as winds begin to ease. Have a great day and please post your snow totals in the comments section of the blog, and your snow pictures to our U-Local section in WISN.com And totals or pictures you post may end up on WISN 12 News.
Have a great day!