MILWAUKEE - 31 years ago on May 10, southeastern Wisconsin was hit by a rare snowstorm! Several inches of snow fell across the area with 8 inches of snow in parts! Milwaukee recorded 3.2" of snow in total.
In all, the storm was a high-impact event with widespread snow accumulation, extensive tree damage from heavy snow and wind, along with plenty of power outages. To this day, it is the latest snowstorm on record.
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May 1990 snowstorm
It is a snowstorm that will not be forgotten. It slammed some parts of southeast Wisconsin with up to eight inches of snow.
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