National Weather Service: Snowfall totals for autumn storm on Oct. 31, 2019

MILWAUKEE — The National Weather Service (NWS) collected data from the snowstorm that impacted southeast Wisconsin on Thursday, Oct. 31.

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.

  • Browns Lake, 8.0
  • Mount Pleasant, 7.5
  • Elkhorn, 7.5
  • Burlington, 7.5
  • Saukville, 7.4
  • Germantown, 7.3
  • Wind Lake, 7.3
  • Palmyra, 7.2
  • Delafield, 7.1
  • Hartford, 7.0
  • Grafton, 7.0
  • Waukesha, 6.8
  • Brookfield, 6.8
  • Mequon, 6.8
  • New Berlin, 6.8
  • Beaver Dam, 6.7
  • Greendale, 6.6
  • Bristol, 6.6
  • Cedarburg, 6.5
  • Butler, 6.5
  • West Bend, 6.5
  • Glendale, 6.4
  • Elm Grove, 6.3
  • Muskego, 6.3
  • Sullivan, 6.1
  • Racine 6.0
  • Wales, 6.0
  • Kewaskum, 6.0
  • Kenosha, 6.0
  • Bohners Lake, 6.0
  • Waterford, 6.0
  • Rochester, 6.0
  • Delavan, 6.0
  • Sturtevant, 6.0
  • Cudahy, 6.0
  • Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, 5.8
  • North Prairie, 5.8
  • Thiensville, 5.5
  • Wauwatosa, 5.5
  • Whitewater, 5.5
  • Mukwonago, 5.5
  • Franklin, 5.5
  • Oconomowoc, 5.5
  • Sheboygan, 5.3
  • Big Bend, 5.1
  • Merton, 4.8
  • Beloit, 4.7
  • Watertown, 4.7
  • Horicon, 4.7
  • Brown Deer, 4.5
  • St. Francis, 4.4
  • Eagle, 4.1
  • Fond du Lac, 4.1
  • Wisconsin Dells, 4.0
  • Taycheedah, 4.0
  • Pell Lake, 4.0
  • Fort Atkinson, 3.8
  • Theresa, 3.7
  • Jefferson, 3.6
  • Dousman, 3.5
  • Newburg, 3.0
  • Paddock Lake, 3.0
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