Snow totals in 3″ – 6″ range for most of SE Wisconsin

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Preliminary snow totals show most of southeast Wisconsin received between three and six inches of snow on Sunday, December 8th through early Monday, December 9th.

Here’s a list of the preliminary snow totals from FOX6 weather observers and weather stations. They will be revised when updated amounts are made available.

  • West Allis: 5.8″
  • Menomonee Falls: 6.0″
  • Brown Deer: 6.0″
  • Franklin: 5.3″
  • Sussex: 5.7″
  • Jefferson: 5.5″
  • Brookfield: 4.8″
  • Holy Hill: 6.2″
  • Sturtevant: 5.0″
  • Lake Geneva: 3.8″
  • Greenfield: 4.5″
  • Brookfield: 4.8″
  • Racine 4.1″
  • Jackson: 6.0″
  • Beaver Dam: 4.5″
  • Downtown Milwaukee: 5.2″
  • Pleasant Prairie: 4.2″
  • Waukesha: 3.7″
  • Cottage Grove: 3.9″
  • Grafton: 4.5″
  • Mukwonago: 4.2″
  • Town of Trenton: 6.2″
  • Butler: 5.5″
  • Oconomowoc: 4.5″
  • West Bend: 4.0″
  • Port Washington: 4.3″
  • Jefferson: 5.3″
  • Mitchell International Airport: 3.4″
  • Saukville: 4.3″
  • Cedar Grove: 2.5″
  • Wind Point: 3.8″

Again, these snow totals are preliminary. We expect them to be revised later on Monday.

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