Snow Pounds Southeastern Wisconsin, Forces Cancellations

While we saw a light dusting of snow – if anything at all on
Sunday – our neighbors to the south are dealing with the aftermath of a heavy

The blizzard warning for southeastern Wisconsin has come to an end, but the storm
left its mark with up to nine inches in some areas – and knocking out power for
about five-thousand customers. Schools across Kenosha,
Racine, and
Walworth counties canceled classes on Monday due to dangerous travel

As we still wait for a solid accumulation of snow this winter and
the southeastern corner of the state deals with the blowing and drifting snow –
places like Chicago
expected up to a foot of snow with wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour.

storms also made things difficult for air travelers, as hundreds were stuck by
canceled flights on their way home from the Thanksgiving weekend.