Winter weather advisory issued for all of SE Wisconsin from 6 a.m. until noon Wednesday

Remember the blizzard of 2011? Some parts of SE Wisconsin saw more than 2 feet of snow

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MILWAUKEE -- Groundhog Day in southeast Wisconsin will be remembered by many for what happened in southeast Wisconsin in 2011 -- when a blizzard blew through dropping more than two feet of snow on some communities.

The National Weather Service says during the overnight hours of Feb. 1 to Feb 2., 2011, "a powerful low pressure center passing south of Wisconsin produced blizzard conditions across much of southern Wisconsin. Snow associated with the system began in the mid-afternoon hours in far southern Wisconsin and pushed northward into the state through the evening. Very strong winds were associated with this storm for an extended period of time."

Digging out from a blizzard in Milwaukee (2-2-2011)

Images below indicate the 2-day and 3-day snowfall totals for storm of 2011.

An animation of infrared satellite from 1pm Feb 1 through 4am Feb 2.

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