NORTHEAST WISCONSIN (WBAY) - It's a snow day for people across Northeast Wisconsin.
A jackknifed semi blocks traffic on Highway 29 near Bonduel, Wisc. March 6, 2018 (WBAY)
Dozens of schools, churches, businesses, and organizations are closed Tuesday. CLICK HERE for the full list of closings and delays.
Much of Northeast Wisconsin is under a Winter Weather Advisory until 6 p.m. Tuesday. Areas could see an additional one-to-three inches of snow. It's a Weather Aware Day.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation map indicates major highways are snowy or slippery.
Westbound Highway 29 at County Highway F near Bonduel was closed early Tuesday morning due to a jackknifed semi. Crews arrived to right the semi and it drove away shortly before 6:30 a.m.
Many people were out shoveling and snow blowing early this morning, some wishing the snow would come and go quickly.
"I'm one of those people that snow could come on Christmas and be gone by New Years. It's not my favorite thing in the world. But, it makes Wisconsin, Wisconsin," said Alvin Bottorff, Green Bay.
So, what if you could trade in the snow, for just a day?
Green Bay native, Tom Jones said this is not the perfect weather for him.
"Sunshine and 65 degrees, not what is it now," said Jones.
You can get local driving conditions with Timesaver Traffic. Click here for the interactive map.
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