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Almost every day since the end of last week has had some flurries or light snow showers. Some spots have picked up as much as 5" of new snow while others have barely gotten an inch depending on where you live. Milwaukee picked up about 2" which puts us over 10" for the season but we are still almost a foot below the average.
Just as soon as the snow fell it seemed to melt and the snow depth in Milwaukee Sunday night at 2" was less than it was Friday morning at 4" when the snow was starting.
A few more flurries may be possible Monday and Tuesday as colder temps and moisture continue, but there are no big storms in our future. A better chance for some snow moves in to start next week on Sunday and Monday.
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track any flurries that do pop up.