MANITOWOC - It was another day of digging out after the season's seventh named winter storm.
But how long you were out shoveling or snow blowing depends on where you live. The Lakeshore got hit hard.
Wednesday, people tackled the cleanup and the snow kept falling after the first cleanup.
"It's pretty! Don't like to shovel it after a while but it has to be done," said Lois Baumann, Manitowoc.
So this is take two for the Baumanns.
"Didn't really expect to blow or shovel this much snow, but that's the way it goes," said Henry "Hank" Baumann, Manitowoc.
City plow drivers faced an even bigger job, clearing 188 miles of streets.
"We started general plowing the city at 7 a.m. and typically that takes anywhere from 4-6 hours. It will take us 16 hours to get this cleaned up," said Kevin Glaeser, Manitowoc Public Works Department.
The wet heavy snow posed challenges for regular vehicles as well as the big rigs.
"Very unusual storm it's wet and heavy and even some of our own equipment is getting stuck right now so it's quite a challenge right now," said Glaeser.
People wanting to avoid the streets opted for delivery from places like Fatzo's Subs.
"It's a lot more busier when it's snowier just because people don't want to go out," said Richard Tess, driver for Fatzo's Subs.
Tess got the job of navigating the roads to bring the goods.
"It's slippery in spots, I mean the slush kind of like pushes you around but you just see all the other cars around you like sliding around you so you know when to slow down," said Tess.
While some businesses managed to stay open despite the weather, others like the Manitowoc Airport had to shutter their operations.
"The biggest problem right now is the wind and the drifting as soon as they're able to open something up it just drifts shut again," said Curt Drumm, president of Lakeshore Aviation.
A small number of corporate flights were canceled. Airport officials say this is at least the third time this winter the weather has affected flights.
"Not only for snow but a couple of times when we had rain and then the temperatures dropped dramatically and it turned to glare ice out there and you can't land airplanes on glare ice," said Drumm.
The public works department plans to have the entire city plowed by 8 p.m. Plow drivers will likely go out again after midnight.
As far as the snow causing problems for drivers, police reported there were a number of stuck cars in the city, but no major accidents.
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