Burst of snow blows through southeast Wisconsin

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A burst of snow blew through southeast Wisconsin during the mid-day on Thursday, February 13th.

The FOX6 Weather team forecasted the snow — and anticipated up to 1/2 inch would fall south of I-94 — and up to an inch of new snow would fall north of I-94.

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  • cynic

    It’s February in Wisconsin, it will snow. Anything under 6″ isn’t even worth reporting or “advising.” We are all way to snow-scared this year. I can’t imagine how many notifications I would get if I downloaded the app on my phone. No thanks.

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