Non-Stop Snow And Cold Have Been Hitting Wisconsin – And There’s More Coming

It seems a distant memory, but there was a time in December and January where we lamented the lack of snow. Winter was late arriving to Wisconsin and though the calendar has turned to March, there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. I like to call this “condensed winter” in which we get the cold and snow meant to last for about four months in a matter of about eight weeks. Winter definitely took its time to get here, but it’s been here with a vengeance for awhile now. The Milwaukee Zoo groundhog may not have seen his shadow, but there’s no way this bitter cold and snow is going anywhere any time soon.

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What else can we do but laugh about this ridiculous winter? Check out this list of things you wish you knew before you lived through a Wisconsin winter.