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See the latest snowfall reports here. Click here for a map of these reports.

Here is a list of the highest wind gusts from Monday into Monday night.

A strong low pressure system brought a complete spectrum of wintry weather to southern Wisconsin on Monday, December 28th, 2015. Most areas across southeastern Wisconsin saw a combination of accumulating snow and sleet, blowing snow and even freezing rain over the far south and east. There were even a few claps of thunder.

Radar Loop From 7 AM to Midnight

General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee observed 9.0 inches of snowfall on Monday, December 28, 2015. This set the record for December 28. The old record was 5.5 inches, set in 2007. In addition, 0.90 inches of liquid equivalent precipitation fell, which set the record for December 28. The old record was 0.67 inches, set in 1968.

Snowfall Reports:  Map created at 8 PM CST Tuesday, December 29, 2015.  Click on the map below for an updated image:

Southeast Wisconsin Snowfall Accumulation Statewide Snowfall Accumulation



A passing trough of low pressure will bring light snow to southern Wisconsin today, with accumulations mainly under an inch expected. Colder air will continue to move into the region into the rest of the week, so temperatures are expected to be closer to seasonal normals as the year winds up.

National Weather Service - Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI