Current Weather Conditions Around Wisconsin
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Statewide Average Climate Summary for Wisconsin
On average, September and October have the fewest precipitation (coinciding with Peak Fall Colors) while May is the driest spring month. January and December average the greatest snowfall.
|Temperature (ºF)||Precipitation (in)|
Average Sunrise & Sunset (for Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Average Seasonal Snowfall For Wisconsin Cities
The city of Hurley, located in the northern tier of the state receives the largest average annual snowfall at 160" while Beloit, located in the southern tier along the Illinois state line receives the lowest average annual snowfall at 40".
Peak Fall Foliage Colors
|Region||Peak Color Time|
|Northern Wisconsin||First Week in October|
|Milwaukee and Southeastern||Mid to Late October|
Average peak colors in the state generally occur from the beginning of October starting in Northern Wisconsin and end the last of October in the most southeastern corner of the state (Kenosha and Racine area). During peak colors leaf drop is low to moderate and color change is moderate to high.
Data courtesy of the Wisconsin State Climatology Office.