(Dodge County) Some of the coldest temperatures in years will be hitting Wisconsin over the next week along with heavy snows. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect until 6pm Monday night. The snows that started Sunday night is expected to continue through Monday evening, with up to a foot of snow expected in some places.
National Weather Service early snowfall totals indicate that 8.5-inches fell in Beaver Dam through 7:49am Monday while Horicon got 6.6-inches as of 8:15am. As of 7am: 8.9-inches fell in Green Lake while Watertown had six-inches and Kewaskum had 7.5. By 6:30am: Hartford had 8-inches while Marshall and West Bend reported 6-inches.
As of 4:50pm, National Weather Service snowfall totals show that 11.5-inches fell in Beaver Dam.
After the snow tapers off, blistering cold temperatures are expected to last through this entire week, with temperatures double digits below zero, and wind chills up to 50 below in parts of western and southern Wisconsin.
Snowfall totals: https://www.weather.gov/source/crh/snowmap.html?sid=mkx
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