How much snow did you get? 2018-2019 winter totals

Shoveling snow in Two Rivers (WBAY photo)

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY/NWS) - The Green Bay office of the National Weather Service compiled snowfall totals for the 2018-2019 snow season.

It was a snowy winter. Most of these totals are 20 to 40 inches higher than normal for the season; and during a seven-week stretch, from January 15 to March 5, snowfall totals were two to four times normal for that period.

Rhinelander had the snowiest winter in its history. Wausau saw the third snowiest. In Green Bay, it was the 12th snowiest on record.

Location (County) - Snowfall total (inches)
Land O'Lakes (Vilas) - 132.6"
Lac Vieux Desert (Vilas) - 124.0"
Eagle River (Vilas) - 123.1"
Phelps (Vilas) - 118.3"
Rhinelander (Oneida) - 116.3"
St. Germain (Vilas) - 111.9"
Summit Lake (Langlade) - 104.0"
Florence (Florence) - 102.1"
Rice Reservoir (Oneida/Lincoln) - 101.8"
Argonne (Forest) - 101.6"
White Lake (Langlade) - 98.5"
Rest Lake (Vilas) - 97.5"
Wausau (Marathon) - 96.8"
Antigo (Langlade) - 96.1"
Washington Island (Door) - 95.8"
Minocqua (Oneida) - 94.4"
Marshfield (Marathon/Wood) - 93.9"
Merrill (Lincoln) - 92.5"
Willow Reservoir (Oneida) - 92.2"
Oconto (Oconto) - 91.0"
Sturgeon Bay (Door) - 89.9"
Crivitz High Falls (Marinette) - 89.5"
Ephraim (Door) - 89.2"
New London (Waupaca) - 87.7"
Eau Pleine Reservoir (Marathon) - 86.8"
Wausaukee (Marinette) - 86.8"
Shiocton (Outagamie) - 82.6"
Wisconsin Rapids (Wood) - 81.7"
Stratford (Marathon) - 81.5"
Appleton (Outagamie) - 78.3"
Waupaca (Waupaca) - 78.2"
Two Rivers (Manitowoc) - 76.1"
Green Bay, National Weather Service (Brown) - 74.0"
Pulaski (Brown) - 73.3"
Shawano (Shawano) - 73.0"
Green Bay, Botanical Gardens (Brown) - 68.6"
Wautoma (Waushara) - 67.9"
Stevens Point (Portage) - 66.6"
Hancock (Waushara) - 65.6"
Brillion (Calumet) - 63.0"
Denmark (Brown) - 62.8"
Manitowoc (Manitowoc) - 56.6"