MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WHBL) - Most of Wisconsin is digging out today from a major snowstorm. But Milwaukee officially received no snow, and the city set a new record for the number of consecutive snowless days with 280. Milwaukee tied the mark on Saturday with 279. Forecasters expect the streak to continue at least into the weekend. Flurries are expected this afternoon. However, the city’s official reporting station at Mitchell International Airport is not expected to get anything measurable. J-J Wood of the National Weather Service said Milwaukee was lucky not to get snow, because storms which could have hit the city went to the north and west instead. But Wood said Milwaukee will certainly get snowed upon sometime this winter – although he has no idea exactly when.