MADISON, Wis. - October 2019 is now the snowiest October on record for Madison.
Our back-to-back snow storms this past week have dumped 8.0 inches.
A snowfall record of 1.1 inches was set overnight for Oct. 30.
Snowiest October in Madison (breaking a 102 year old record): ✅— Dave Caulfield (@DaveCaulfield_) October 31, 2019
Earliest 4 day stretch of 1" or more snowfalls in Madison: ✅
Three out of four days with daily snowfall records ✅
And now...Snowiest Halloween ever ✅
October 2019 in #MadisonWI , ladies and gents: @WISCTV_News3 pic.twitter.com/Ffb789A51z
Snow totals generally ranged from 3 to 5 inches across southern Wisconsin, with isolated amounts over 6" also reported in spots.
Skies will be mostly clear this evening and it will be very cold.
Temperatures will be falling into the 20s during trick-or-treat hours, but wind chills will be in the teens and low 20s.
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