Thursday, February 7, 2013
The winter weather has everyone from school districts to businesses shutting down. See what's happening in your area, and tell us if you know of something that's canceled because of the snow.
Winter weather has people shutting things down in Waukesha County Thursday night. Our media partners at WISN 12 are reporting between 4 and 7 inches of snow are expected between now and midnight, throughout the Milwaukee area. Check out the closings list from WISN12 above, or click here for WISN closings and here for the TMJ4 closings. To check if there are power outages near you, take a look at the We Energies map.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Super Bowl 2011 Blizzard dumps on southeastern Wisconsin.
The Hamilton, Arrowhead and Menomonee Falls school districts have each canceled classes for Wednesday. Snow plow crews in Sussex are working a twelve-hour shift overnight until noon Wednesday before they'll be able to go home and get some rest. Plow and salting trucks are also working throughout Waukesha County and across southeastern Wisconsin.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Decision yet to be made on potential of closing schools on Wednesday.
All after-school meetings and activities in the Hamilton School District are canceled for Tuesday, Feb 1 because of the winter storm, according to spokeswoman Denise Dorn-Lindberg. As of Noon on Tuesday, no decision had yet been made as to whether Hamilton schools would be in session on Wednesday when the brunt of the storm, including blizzard warnings, are forecast. The Milwaukee Public Schools announced mid-morning Tuesday that its schools would not be in session on Wednesday. Forecasters with the National Weather Service have begun to characterize what is coming to be referred to as The Super Bowl Blizzard of 2011 as a "dangerous, potentially life threatening storm."