Parts of Southeast Wisconsin dealing with more snow than others

Tools

by Tiffany Tarpley

Grafton -- Eight inches of snow fell in Grafton overnight Sunday through Sunday evening, according to CBS Chief Meteorologist Mark McGinnis.

Residents had to work even harder to clear the snow.

"Very busy, we've been out since 2:30 in the morning and we're just finishing up now (5:00pm)," said Owner of All Out Landscaping," Danny Miller.  "Usually you get like one plowing or two plowings out of a lot.  We've been out like 3 or 4 times."

Miller had to miss the Packer game in order to finish the job of plowing driveways, parking lots, and sidewalks.  The number of storms so far this season mean booming business for the private operator.

"It's been real good.  Usually December is kind of a slow month and this month's been way above average compared to like the last two years, so it's nice," he said.

 

 

Poll

Do you think the City of Milwaukee should bail out Boston Store?

  • Yes
  • No