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National Weather Service: Snowfall totals for winter storm, January 18-19, 2019

MILWAUKEE — The National Weather Service (NWS) is collecting data from the winter storm that hit southeast Wisconsin starting on Friday, Jan. 18 and ending Saturday, Jan. 19. Below is a list of the running snowfall totals (in inches) in southeast Wisconsin.

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NOTE: Totals are updated as new data is gathered

Paddock Lake, 11.4
Pleasant Prairie, 11
Racine, 10.5
Kenosha, 10
Silver Lake, 9.5
Elkhorn, 8.5
Pell Lake, 8.2
Burlington, 8
Greenfield, 7.3
Oak Creek, 7
Lake Geneva, 7
Whitewater, 7
Franklin, 6.8
Delavan, 6.5
Port Washington, 6.5
North Bay 6.3
Brookfield, 6.3
Greendale, 6.2
Wauwatosa, 6.2
Beloit, 6
West Allis, 6
Shorewood, 6
Sheboygan, 6
Mequon, 5.9
Eagle, 5.7
Butler, 5.5
Elm Grove, 5.5
Mitchell International Airport/St. Francis, 5.5
Sullivan, 5.2
Brown Deer, 5.1
South Milwaukee, 5
Dousman, 5
Beaver Dam, 5
Wind Point, 5
Jefferson, 5
Palmyra, 5
Mukwonago, 5
Glendale, 4.9
Newburg, 4.7
Fort Atkinson, 4.7
Big Bend, 4.6
Grafton, 4.5
Germantown, 4.5
Johnson Creek, 4.5
Kohler, 4.5
Waukesha, 4.4
Wind Lake, 4.4
Muskego, 4.2
Oconomowoc, 4
Whitefish Bay, 4
West Milwaukee, 4
Waterloo, 4
Hubertus, 3.9
Theresa, 3.7
Watertown, 3.5
Pewaukee, 3.2
Horicon, 3.2
Browns Lake, 3.2
Merton, 2.8
Jackson, 2.5
Allenton, 2.5
Slinger, 2
Fond du Lac, 1.6
Hartford, 1.5
West Bend, 1.5
Belgium, 1.5
Fond du Lac, 1.4

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