Snow totals from the weekend storm

Preliminary snowfall map from NWS La Crosse
Over the weekend, one of the more significant snowfalls so far this season fell across Northcentral Wisconsin. For some locations it was the biggest of the season. For Wausau it was not quite as much as that which fell back in early November. From the 8th through the 10th a little over 3 inches fell in Wausau. The total in the city for this storm was 2.7 inches.

The snow fell mostly as the Stormtrack9 weather team predicted, with the lighter amounts in the north and the heavier amounts in the south. The heaviest snow with the storm were outside of the viewing area with 8 inches of snow falling in Rochester Minnesota, Sioux Falls South Dakota, and parts of northern Iowa. Here are a few reports from around our area:

Rhinelander: 2.5 inches
Plover: 3.6 inches
Lake Tomahawk: 4.0 inches
Manawa: 5.0 inches
Scandinavia: 5.7 inches
Tomah: 6.0 inches

John Simonson sends in this picture from Marshfield



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