Another single-day record for snowfall across southern Wisconsin

Madison’s 5.4 inches of snow on Sunday broke the record for snowfall on February 17th, says News 3 Now meteorologist Chris Reece. The old record for the date was 4.9 inches, set in 1975.

The latest round of snow brings Madison’s season total to 46.4 inches (17.9 cm), which is above-average for this point in the winter.

https://www.channel3000.com/news/some-schools-delayed-monday-following-another-record-snowfall/1026717444

Thanks to Clay Olson for this link


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