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How much did you get? November 29 snowfall totals... so far

Kids make their first snowman of the year -- 8 feet tall
Kids make their first snowman of the year -- 8 feet tall(Laura Sherman)
Published: Nov. 29, 2021 at 7:17 PM CST|Updated: Nov. 29, 2021 at 9:51 PM CST
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Tuesday brought us both a scenic winter wonderland and a headache for driving and walking around. Snow was still falling Tuesday night but the system is gradually moving out of the area. Here are snowfall reports so far from the National Weather Service, trained weather spotters, and other resources. Snowfall reports are still coming in, and this article will be updated.

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Communities are listed alphabetically. If we have more than one snowfall report for a community, the higher amount is used.

Community ... County ... Snowfall (in inches)

  • Abrams ... Oconto ... 4.8″
  • Argonne ... Forest ... 1.2″
  • Armstrong Creek ... Forest ... 4.3″
  • Ashwaubenon ... Brown ... 2.0″
  • Baileys Harbor ... Door ... 1.5″
  • Clintonville ... Waupaca ... 0.5″
  • De Pere ... Brown ... 1.5″
  • Eagle River ... Vilas ... 6.1″
  • Ellison Bay ... Door ... 3.5″
  • Fish Creek ... Door ... 1.0″
  • Minocqua ... Oneida ... 0.5″
  • Pembine ... Marinette ... 2.5″
  • Pulcifer ... Shawano ... 4.9″
  • Rhinelander ... Oneida ... 3.7″ (new figure)
  • Shawano ... Shawano ... 3.8″ (new figure)
  • Spring Valley ... Manitowoc ... 0.5″
  • Washington Island ... Door ... 2.5″
  • Wausau ... Marathon ... 0.5″
  • Wrightstown ... Brown ... 0.9″

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