Weather Aware Day: Thundersnow and slick roads

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - An April storm has delivered a cornucopia of winter weather, including snow, ice, rain, lightning and thundersnow.

It's a Weather Aware Day in StormCenter 2. CLICK HERE FOR THE STORMCENTER 2 FORECAST

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation 511 map lists major highways in Northeast Wisconsin as snow covered and ice covered. CLICK HERE for the road conditions map.

Several schools and organizations closed Thursday. CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF CLOSINGS

Thundersnow rumbled from Waupaca to Green Bay to Sturgeon Bay. The National Weather Service says thundersnow is expected to continue through the morning. During thundersnow, visibility can drop to about a quarter mile or less.

The Outagamie County Sheriff's Office issued a tow ban for Highway 41 and Highway 441 due to snowy and slippery road conditions. It was eventually lifted after 7:30 p.m.

A tow ban is put in place when it is too dangerous for tow trucks to remove vehicles that go into a ditch or off the road.

On Green Bay's east side, a car crashed into a traffic light at the intersection of University Ave and Elizabeth St.

Action 2 News This Morning reporter Hayley Tenpas was in the Fox Valley and said roads were snow covered in Freedom, Little Chute and Appleton. She witnessed several vehicles in the ditch.