Some areas receive three inches of snow overnight

MADISON (WKOW) — The numbers are in! Our first organized snow-maker of the season produced anywhere from a half-inch to three inches of accumulation. Just enough to make for a tricky morning commute.

The storm system strengthened as it moved from west to east across the area, leading to higher totals in eastern sections, lower totals west.

  • Beloit 3.0″
  • Columbus 3.0″
  • Whitewater 2.5″
  • Palmyra 2.5″
  • Sullivan 2.3″
  • Janesville 2.3″
  • Beaver Dam 2.3″
  • McFarland 2.0″
  • Watertown 2.0″
  • Horicon 1.9″
  • Princeton 1.8″
  • Oregon 1.8″
  • Markesan 1.7″
  • Green Lake 1.7
  • Johnson Creek 1.6″
  • Jefferson 1.5″
  • Cuba City 1.5″
  • Lake Mills 1.4″
  • Benton 1.4″
  • Fort Atkinson 1.2″
  • Rock Springs 1.1″
  • Madison 1.0″
  • Lancaster 1.0″
  • Dane 0.9″
  • Dodgeville 0.9″
  • Baraboo 0.9″
  • Middleton 0.8″
  • Monticello 0.8″
Branden Borremans

Branden Borremans

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