These amounts were recorded at our house in Janesville, Wisconsin, during the winter of 2007–2008; they do not represent the official figures for Janesville but are considered accurate for our particular location.

Precipitation is in the form of snow unless otherwise indicated.

November 2007

DateAmount (inches)
November 15Flurries
November 212.0
TOTAL2.0

December 2007

DateAmount (inches)
December 13.0 (snow, sleet, freezing rain)
December 4–54.5
December 6–72.1
December 8–91.3
December 9–10Dusting
December 112.0 (snow, sleet, freezing rain)
December 153.1
December 16Dusting
December 19Dusting
December 231.0 (following a day of rain)
December 230.5 (during a windy day)
December 26–270.4 (freezing rain, then snow)
December 286.2
December 30Dusting
December 310.5
TOTAL24.6

January 2008

DateAmount (inches)
January 10.4
January 2Dusting
January 10–111.1
January 140.2
January 171.6
January 180.2
January 21–227.0
January 230.5
January 251.4
January 260.6
January 290.2
January 314.0 (ended after 2 a.m. Feb. 1)
TOTAL17.2

February 2008

DateAmount (inches)
February 31.1
February 5–613.2 [1]
February 7–80.6 (0.4 overnight and 0.2 toward evening)
February 90.4
February 11–123.0
February 14Flurries
February 17–180.5
February 190.2
February 253.0
February 282.0
TOTAL24.0

March 2008

DateAmount (inches)
March 50.4
March 9Flurries
March 21–225.3 (0.3 fell on the 22nd)
March 273.0
TOTAL8.7

Season Total: 76.5 inches [2]

[1] 4.0 inches fell on February 5, and the other 9.2 inches fell on the 6th. City’s official total was 15 inches; elsewhere in Rock County, up to 20–21 inches were reported.

[2] City’s official total was 76.6 inches.