The Milwaukee area could get up to 18 inches of snow in a storm that began Monday and may not end until this (Tuesday) afternoon. The Milwaukee County medical examiner is investigating at least four storm related deaths — three men who collapsed while shoveling, ages 64, 68 and 76 — and a 76-year-old man who collapsed while running a snowblower. By late Monday night, Newburg in Washington County had almost 16 inches of snow while Milwaukee had ten-point-four inches — which broke the record for the date of almost seven inches in 1972. A lake effect snow warning continues in the Milwaukee region close to Lake Michigan, with one to six more inches possible during the night and this (Tuesday) morning — and winds of up to 25 miles per hour could cause drifting. Officials in Washington County had two huge traffic pileups of 46 and 22 vehicles on Interstate 41, and five semitrucks were among 17 units that crashed into each other on I-43 in Sheboygan County.