This is spring?
Meteorological spring is here, but you wouldn't know it by looking out the window. Heavy snow is falling, and depths coule reach 6 to 9 inches, according to the National Weather Service.
A winter storm warning is in effect through this evening. The snowfall is expected to peak during the evening rush hour.
So far, there have been just a handful of closings announced. Meetings at the Delafield American Legion Post have been called off, as have services for the congregation of Emanu-El in Waukesha. The Dance Academy Ltd. is also closed.
The Oconomowoc School District has cancelled its regional forensics meet.
Kettle Moraine Schools said forecasted snow has cancelled all after-school activities tonight.
To keep tabs on further closings, click here.
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