Winter Storm Gavin caused more problems in southeastern Wisconsin.
From Sheboygan to Kenosha, snowfall amounts in the 8 to 12 inch range were common.
And to the chagrin of those stuck cleaning up Wednesday, it wasn't the light fluffy stuff we usually see.
"I mean, I do have a lot of sidewalk to shovel but, yeah, normally I can just push right through it and this stuff I actually have to pick up and throw and that's tweaking it a bit," said one person clearing snow.
A 71-year old Milwaukee man died shortly after he finished blowing snow.
Many school districts canceled classes for the day, including Milwaukee Public Schools.
"Very excited. It's been a long while since we had a snow day and MPS actually canceled classes," said Zyleyma Parrilla, Milwaukee resident.
Though children were living it up, road crews were busy at work.
Sheboygan County had to issue a no travel advisory, because some of the roads were so poor.
In Milwaukee, Kenosha, Ozaukee, and Washington counties, there were more than 340 cars either stranded or involved in accidents.
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