SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WHBL) - Milwaukee ended up getting almost five inches of snow from this week’s massive storm that hit the Great Plains, Midwest, and parts of the south. Two Rivers in Manitowoc County reported the most, with seven-and-a-half inches. Scandinavia in Waupaca County had seven-point-two, and Merrillan in Jackson County had seven. Most other parts of the Badger State got 3-to-6 inches – pretty normal compared to the 17 inches the same storm dumped on parts of Kansas and Colorado. The U-W College at Manitowoc called off its classes yesterday. Most Fox Valley schools shut down as well – including Green Bay and Appleton. Some places in Wisconsin still had lingering snow and flurries during the night – but most of it has headed east. Scattered snow showers are in the statewide forecast for today, with highs near 30. A partly cloudy and dry day is in store for tomorrow, and temperatures could go above the freezing mark.
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