The University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and the rest of the city got a bit over 2 inches of snow before midnight on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
A quick-hitting snowstorm Monday night made for treacherous driving for a while in Madison, but the main routes in the city were in pretty good shape come Tuesday morning.
Coming on the heels of an extended warm streak, the snowfall transformed what had been a spring-like view of brown grass and mud into a more seasonally appropriate winter landscape in a matter of hours.
South-central Wisconsin should see more light snow on Tuesday from a storm system that brought whiteout conditions for a time on Monday, according to forecasters.
The university set up a time-lapse camera at the top of Bascom Hill to give viewers a sense of the transition.