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How much snow fell?


According to National Weather Service storm reports and Newsline 9's trained weather watchers, between 1 and 4" of snow fell across much of Central Wisconsin between Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.

As of 8:26 p.m. Saturday evening, the highest totals reported have come from Taylor and Marathon Counties. The greatest reported snow total was 6" in Abbotsford near the Marathon and Clark County border.  An amount of 4" was observed at Whittlesey in Taylor County, with 3" of new snow in Medford.

Across the Northwoods, in Oneida County 3.5" of snow was measured in Rhinelander with 2" at Antigo in Langlade County.  A report of 4" was measured at Elton in Langlade County, 3" at Florence with 2.4" measured near Merrill in Lincoln County.

Reports from Lac du Flambeau in Vilas County and Gresham in Shawano County place 3" of new snow between Friday afternoon and Saturday morning at both locations.

Totals varied across the Wausau area, with 1.5" measured downtown and 2" off Grand Avenue south of the city. Measurements revealed an additional 2" fell in Kronenwetter in Marathon County.

In Portage County 2.3" of snow was picked in Stevens Point with 2.25" at Whiting and 1.75" at Polonia. Other areas of the county saw less snow, but more freezing drizzle. The wintry mix combination accounted for .75" of accumulation at Almond. Similar conditions in Adams County revealed .75" of accumulation at Big Flats.

In Wood and Waupaca Counties, 1.5" was measured near the community of City Point along with 1.7" of snow in Scandinavia.

Additional measurements will be added to this web story as they are reported.

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