West Bend residents dig out from April snow storm
By: Tori Bokios
Posted: Apr 4, 2018 12:17 PM CDT
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WEST BEND, Wis. (CBS 58) -- After Tuesday night's snow there is about four inches of snow on the ground in West Bend. Most of the residents say they aren't too surprised because "It's Wisconsin. It's Wisconsin. Take it or leave it," said Kyle Smith.
The winter weather in West Bend didn't cause any delays or cancellations at West Bend Schools, but most people who had to drive said conditions were rough.
"I'm done. Come on are we gonna go from winter to summer no spring? Come on. It's gotta get warmer soon and stop all this snow," said Traci Woods.
"I could deal without it in April. I don't want to have to shovel in April," said Mike Hamm.
More snow is expected for parts of the area on Thursday.