Due to the inclement weather, all RUSD schools are CLOSED today, Friday, Feb. 9. After school activities are also canceled except for swim & dive sectionals. Stay safe and we'll see you on Monday! pic.twitter.com/BTSWI1en0e
Angelica Albavera, a Kenosha mom of two, corralled her entire family to help clear the snow off her driveway.
After the task, Albavera said the family was going to spend the day watching movies.
The snow started falling late Thursday night. Kenosha resident K.C. Niva works the third shift at Amazon. He discovered his windshield wipers weren't working when he clocked out. He stopped at a nearby gas station and had to buy an ice scraper.
"I just had to stop and spend $14.95 for one of these," he said. I should have thought about bringing one from home. I wasn't prepared, and I'm from Wisconsin!''
As of Friday morning, five to seven inches of snow was expected in the Milwaukee area, with bigger totals further south.