The strongest storm of the winter left up to 9 inches of snow around the area.
Nine inches fell on Elm Grove while 8.8 inches was reported in St. Francis, 8.9 inches in Grafton, 6 in Waukesha and 5.9 in Milwaukee.
“It has been one of our stronger (storm) systems” so far this winter season, said Kevin Wagner, a National Weather Service meteorologist.
Six inches of snow fell on Kenosha while West Allis saw 7.3 inches. Further west, both Hartland and Watertown had 5.7 inches.
In Dane County, Black Earth had 9 inches while DeForest reported 8. Burton, in southwestern Wisconsin’s Grant County, had a reading of 9 inches at roughly 1:30 p.m. while Mineral Point in Iowa County had a reading of 8.8 inches already at 8 a.m.
More snow is expected over the weekend, said Paul Collar, a weather service meteorologist.
“We’ll be keeping an eye on that one,” he said.