National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Heavy Rainfall For Parts Of Louisiana and Texas; Elevated/Critical Fire Weather Conditions in the Great Basin

Heavy rain from tropical showers/thunderstorms are possible for areas of Louisiana and Texas. The heavy rain and possible flooding are likely to persist the next few days, especially in southeast Texas. Critical fire weather threats continue for much of the Great Basin, from dry/windy conditions. Finally, rip currents/heavy surf are likely to continue from Florida to the Carolinas from Humberto. Read More >

Record breaking snowfall was noted across northern Wisconsin this winter. At Rhinelander, the seasonal total of 115.6 inches eclipsed the old record of 107.6 inches set during the winter of 2013-14. At Wausau, the seasonal total of 96.4 inches makes it the 3rd snowiest winter on record. Snow may still occur across the region into the first half of May, thus the final snowfall for the season may still change over the next several weeks.
 



As of April 11th, Rhinelander has received 115.6 inches of snow, making it the snowiest winter on record. Last winter, Rhinelander received 99.9 inches of snow, making it the 4th snowiest winter on record. Over the last two winters, Rhinelander has received 215.5 inches, or nearly 18 feet of snow.

 

                        Snowiest Winters at Rhinelander

Rank Snowfall Winter
1. 115.6 * 2018-19
2. 107.6 2013-14
3. 107.0 1938-39
4. 99.9 2017-18
5. 91.3 1949-50
6. 91.0 2010-11

*Through April 11th.

 



As of April 11th, Wausau has received 96.4 inches of snow, which currently makes it the 3rd snowiest winter on record. Last winter, Wausau received 89.2 inches of snow, making it the 4th snowiest winter on record. Over the last two winters, Wausau has received 185.6 inches, or over 15 feet of snow. 

 

                         Snowiest Winters at Wausau

Rank Snowfall Winter
1. 103.8 1908-09
2. 100.3 1995-96
3. 96.4 * 2018-19
4. 89.2 2017-18
5. 85.1 1916-17
6. 84.6 1950-51
7. 84.0 1906-07

*Through April 11th.

 



As of April 11th, Green Bay has received 74.0 inches of snow, which currently makes it the 12th snowiest winter on record. Last winter, Green Bay received 68.1 inches of snow, making it the 21st snowiest winter on record. Over the last two winters, Green Bay has received 142.1 inches, or nearly 12 feet of snow.

 

                       Snowiest Winters at Green Bay

Rank Snowfall Winter(s)
1. 147.7 1887-88
2. 103.6 1889-90
3. 92.6 2010-11
4. 87.7 2008-09
5. 87.4 2007-08
6. 82.7 1886-87
7. 80.1 1922-23
8. 77.5 1995-96
9T. 77.0 1996-97, 1888-89
11. 74.2 2012-13
12. 74.0 * 2018-19
13. 72.2 1893-94

*Through April 11th.