Snowfall totals from storm that impacted SE Wisconsin Jan. 25-26

The National Weather Service (NWS) collected data from the snowfall that impacted southeastern Wisconsin from Monday, Jan. 25 through Tuesday, Jan. 26.

Below is a list of the running snowfall totals (in inches) in southeast Wisconsin -- totals that most likely will change.

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  • Theresa, 9.5
  • Horicon, 9.4
  • Elm Grove, 9.0
  • St. Francis, 8.8
  • Belgium, 8.6
  • Port Washington, 8.5
  • Madison, 8.5
  • Elkhart Lake, 8.0
  • Beaver Dam, 8.0
  • Germantown, 7.1
  • Grafton, 7.0
  • Racine, 7.0
  • Saukville, 7.0
  • Plymouth, 7.0
  • Waterloo, 6.4
  • Hartford, 6.4
  • New Berlin, 6.0
  • Lomira, 6.0
  • Mequon, 6.0
  • Jackson, 6.0
  • Beloit, 6.0
  • Franklin, 6.0
  • Waukesha, 6.0
  • Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, 5.9
  • Pewaukee, 5.8
  • Hartland, 5.7
  • Watertown, 5.7
  • Lake Mills, 5.5
  • West Bend, 5.5
  • Wales, 5.5
  • Palmyra, 5.5
  • Hales Corners, 5.4
  • Oconomowoc, 5.2
  • Janesville, 5.0
  • Union Grove, 5.0
  • Juneau, 5.0
  • Waterford, 4.6
  • Jefferson, 4.5
  • Whitewater, 4.5
  • Silver Lake, 4.0
  • Slinger, 4.0
  • Sheboygan, 4.0
  • Fond du Lac, 3.7
  • Merton, 3.5
  • Sullivan, 3.4
  • Kenosha, 3.3
  • Big Bend, 3.3
  • Lake Geneva, 3.0
  • Greenfield, 3.0
  • South Milwaukee, 3.0
  • Burlington, 3.0
  • Rochester, 2.5
  • Cudahy, 2.2
  • Greendale, 2.1
  • Omro, 1.2

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