Last week's snow pushes us above-average for the season but none expected on Thanksgiving
Last week we had five days in a row of measurable snow in southeast Wisconsin. That stretch happened from Tuesday through Saturday and combined with a bit of snow earlier in the month has pushed our monthly and season snowfall to 2.1" which is a full inch above-average. Last year we didn't have any measurable snow until the beginning of December.
Any snow that we did see last week and weekend stuck around with the cold temps. Now that highs have warmed into the 40s with good sunshine we melted all of that snow lakeside but some areas away from the lakefront still have some snow on the ground. Madison officially has an inch on the ground as of Monday.
We don't have any snow chances during this week of Thanksgiving but a few rain showers are possible on Thanksgiving Day. The best timing for the isolated showers will be in the evening hours but it doesn't look like much with all weather models keeping rain totals under a tenth of an inch.
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