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Rainfall totals for southeast Wisconsin through 11 a.m. on Feb. 20

West Bend/Trenton (Credit: Lisa L.)

MILWAUKEE — The National Weather Service is tracking rainfall totals in southeast Wisconsin amid our latest winter storm.

Soaking rains have been falling in the region since Monday evening, Feb. 19 — and are not expected to dry up until late Tuesday evening.

Here is a list of the 24-hour rainfall reports (in inches) through 11 a.m. on Tuesday:

  • West Allis, 2.48
  • West Milwaukee, 2.24
  • South Milwaukee, 1.57
  • Greendale, 1.54
  • Glendale, 1.44
  • Franklin, 1.35
  • Hales Corners, 1.34
  • St. Francis, 1.24
  • Oak Creek, 1.19
  • Mitchell International Airport, 1.13
  • Wauwatosa, 1.0
  • Brown Deer, 0.84
  • Port Washington, 1.72
  • Grafton, 1.48
  • Cedarburg, 1.15
  • Racine, 1.16
  • Wind Point, 0.89
  • East Troy, 1.15
  • Genoa City, 0.97
  • Lake Geneva, 0.88
  • Jackson, 2.04
  • Richfield, 1.11
  • Muskego, 1.96
  • Eagle, 1.65
  • Mukwonago, 1.59
  • New Berlin, 1.54
  • Waukesha 1.4
  • Big Bend, 1.36
  • Wales, 1.35
  • Random lake, 0.57
  • Sheboygan, 0.53
  • Twin Lakes, 0.95
  • Kenosha, 0.88
  • Whitewater, 1.68
  • Palmyra, 1.33
  • Fort Atkinson, 1.27
  • Jefferson, 1.12
  • Johnson Creek, 1.05
  • Fond du lac, 0.21
  • Watertown, 0.73
  • Horicon, 0.66
  • Theresa, 0.63