Snow Totals Set Records in Parts of Wisconsin

(Photo courtesy of the National Weather Service)

Most of Wisconsin is still digging out from the snow
after Blizzard Evelyn, with some snowfall records being set across the state.
Since Friday, according to the National Weather Service, Fond du Lac saw 11.2 inches, Oakfield had
7.5, and Taycheedah was covered in about 9 inches of snow. Moving further
north, Oshkosh had 16 inches of snow, Appleton set a record with 21.2 inches, and Green Bay received 24.2
inches. Iola also had 28.5 inches, Tigerton was slammed with 30.6, while Amherst was buried in a
confirmed 33 inches of snow.