||Strong low pressure tracked northeast from southeast Missouri to southeast Lower Michigan during the night of March 28th into the morning of March 29th. Maximum snowfall totals of 4 inches were recorded over Fond Du Lac, Iowa and northern Lafayette counties. Specifid accumulations included 4.1 inches 2NE of Darlington (Lafayette Co.), and in Deforest (Dane Co.); 4.0 inches 2SW Fond Du Lac, 1NE Baraboo (Sauk Co.), and Mineral Point (Iowa Co.); 3.5 inches in Beaver Dam (Dodge Co.); 3.0 inches at Monroe (Green Co.); and 2.0 inches in Portage and Wisconsin Dells (Columbia Co.). Along with thse snow amounts, a mixture of sleet, rain, freezing rain, and snow created very hazardous driving conditions. Ice accumulations of 0.10 of an inch, and sleet accumulations between 1/2 inch to 1 inch were reported during the course of this winter weather event. The media reported dozens of vehicle accidents due to slippery road surfaces. Near Darlington (Lafayette Co.)a 2-vehicle accident resulted in 1 fatality and 1 injury (both indirectly-related); while another 2-vehicle accident resulted in two fatalities and one injury near the village of Cobb in Iowa County (all indirectly-related). Greater snow amounts in an associated winter storm event ocuured at the same time over Southeast Wisconsin.