BELLEVUE - An all too familiar sight has returned to Northeast Wisconsin asseveral drivers found their way into ditches along Highway 41.
For the most part, traffic moved along pretty well throughoutthe night, although it was moving a little slower than normal.
Some don't mind the return of winter.
“Let it come,” said Gary Ullmer of Denmark.“What the heck? This is Wisconsin."
You won't find Ullmer complaining about the snow.
"What are you going to do about it?” said Ullmer.“It's going to snow anyway so you do the best you can."
Others, like John VanderKinter, who drives a plow, are alreadyto be done with the snow.
"I would sooner see it stay away, definitely stay away,”said VanderKinter. “I don't enjoy it at all anymore, gettingtoo old for this."
"I don't really mind driving in the weather so much,” saidTara Grenmore. “I like it."
Tara Gremore says the roads aren't too bad. But she is notlooking forward to the foot of snow that's yet to come.
"I have a small car,” said Grenmore. “My car's onlythis high off the ground. It's really hard to drive over that."
The State Patrol is also concerned about the conditions.
"Come tomorrow morning, there's going to be impassable roads attimes," said Sgt. David Catalano of the Wisconsin State Patrol.
Sgt. Catalano says if possible, people should stay off theroads.
"The plow operators are doing everything they can to keep travelsafe,” said Catalano. “We're trying to get people toslow down and stay home tonight.
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