Weather in Northern Wisconsin
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Comprehensive ReferencesKnox, Pamela. Precipitation Summary for 1992. [WI Geological & Nat Hist Survey, Educ Series 37] Madison, 1993. View Full EntryKnox, Pamela. Precipitation Summary for 1993. [WI Geological & Nat Hist Survey, Educ. Series 37] Madison, 1994. View Full EntryKnox, Pamela. Precipitation Summary for 1995. [WI Geological & Nat Hist Survey, Educ. Series 37] Madison, 1996. View Full Entry (Full text available)Lawrence, Lee E.. Wisconsin Ice Trade, The. [Wisconsin Stories] Madison, 1980. View Full Entry
Major ReferencesHillstrom, Mike. Wettest year ever in Wisconsin. [Wisconsin DNR Forestry News, Forest Health Newsletter, August, 2017 (web edition)] Madison, 2017. View Full Entry (Full text available)Kalnicky, Richard. Lew It Snow. [Wisconsin Natural Resources, Vol. 40, #6, December 2016, p. 9-11] Madison, 2016. View Full EntryOstergren, Robert C. and Thomas R. Vale, eds.. Wisconsin Land and Life. Madison, 1997. View Full Entry
Wettest Year: 2017
As of the end of July, the year 2017 was the wettest on records for Wisconsin. The average across the state was 25.25 inches, which is 7.14 inches above average according to the National Weather Service.