Snow totals: FOX6 viewers dig out from between 4 and 14 inches of new snow

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A day after heavy snow, high winds and lots of drifting impacted southeast Wisconsin, we’re getting our first complete look at snow totals in the region as reported by the National Weather Service. The snow totals range from four to 14 inches — depending on where you live.

  • 14.0″-Pleasant Prairie
  • 12.0″-Kenosha
  • 12.0″-Union Grove
  • 12.0″-Mitchell Int’l
  • 11.5″-Burlington
  • 11.0″-Franksville
  • 11.0″-Hales Corners
  • 10.8″-Franklin
  • 10.5″-Genoa City
  • 10.5″-West Allis
  • 10.2″-East Troy
  • 10.0″-Burlington
  • 10.0″-Waukesha
  • 10.0″-Franksville
  • 10.0″-Lake Geneva
  • 9.0″- Palmyra
  • 9.0″-Cedar Grove
  • 8.5″-Sullivan
  • 8.5″-Pewaukee
  • 7.5″-Grafton
  • 7.4″-Random Lake
  • 7.4″-Oconomowoc
  • 7.3″-Sheboygan
  • 7.2″-Hartford
  • 7.0″-Mukwonago
  • 6.4″-West Bend
  • 6.3″-La Grange
  • 6.3′-Darien
  • 5.0″-Fond du Lac
  • 4.0″-Brownsville

While Racine and Kenosha counties were among the hardest hit with the first significant storm of the season, counties to the north and west are also dealing with plenty of snow. Six to eight inches fell in southern Sheboygan, Jefferson and Washington counties.

Snowplows are working around the clock to clear 11 inches of snow from the 7,000 miles of streets in Milwaukee.

Forecasters say one to two inches of additional snow is expected Tuesday evening.