Third snowfall this season keeps people busy on Veterans Day
KENOSHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The third snowfall this season may have surprised people.
CBS 58 caught up with people in Kenosha on Monday, Nov. 11, where two to three inches of snowfall was anticipated.
While the snow may have come and gone by late afternoon, those cold temperatures still stuck around.
It’s something people in Kenosha echoed as they dealt with the snowfall.
“Shoveling, salting, that kind of stuff,” says Vanessa Rodriguez who helped her father clear the sidewalk around their home.
The snowfall combined with low visibility at times made for dangerous conditions, causing spin-outs and accidents across the area.
“I’m really not happy about it,” says Hilda Russell who was out walking her dog. “It’s just too cold. The lakefront here is beautiful, but it’s just a wee bit too cold.”
This snowy Veterans Day made for the third snowfall so far this season, something people say they’re surprised to see.
“It came early,” says Rodriguez. “I wasn’t expecting it to come in November, but it did.”
“I would have rather it waited until after Thanksgiving, and then winter can start,” says Russell.
The weather is expected to get down in the teens Monday night, so make sure to bundle up if you’re headed out.