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A wintry mix tonight and early tomorrow

A little mix of sleet, rain and snow could be around early Thursday across eastern Wisconsin, but any accumulation would be very light. Temperatures remain above normal for Milwaukee with high temperatures in the middle-thirties. The temperatures start a downward trend Friday through the weekend and then very cold air arrives for Groundhog Day on Monday. The next chance for any snow moves in Saturday night into Sunday morning for Milwaukee.


Snow totals from the eastern blizzard on Monday and Tuesday ranged from nearly ten inches in New York City to more than three feet of snow in sections of Massachusetts. Boston picked up 24.4 inches of snow making this storm the sixth largest on record for that city. While it fell to sixth place, it was only a few inches behind the biggest Boston snowfall, which occurred on February 17-1  8th in 2003 when 27.5 inches accumulated. The second biggest snowstorm in that city also hit in February on the 7th in 1978 when 27.1 inches accumulated. It is no coincidence that the third largest snowfall in Boston also occurred in February when 26.3 inches fell on February 7-8th back in 1969.

By comparison the greatest twenty-four hour snowfall in Milwaukee was 20.3 inches and the largest one day state snow record was 26 inches at Neillsville!

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