Wisconsin has some fresh snow on the ground Monday morning. Six inches fell Sunday at Brownsville in Dodge County — and 5 inches came down near Madison and Janesville. The snow was generally wet and heavy. We Energies said about 6,000 customers in southeastern Wisconsin were without power at one point, mainly due to snow accumulating on trees on power lines.
It was the first significant snow for many locations — although central and northern Wisconsin had their second helping in recent weeks with between two and four inches.
About two inches fell during the Green Bay Packers’ 21-13 victory against Houston at Lambeau Field.
The National Weather Service says some snow will melt Monday, with highs in the mid to upper 30s expected — but there’s a chance for more rain and snow Monday afternoon through Tuesday, and the season’s coldest temperatures are due in later this week with highs in the teens by Friday.