It was a snowy start to the day.
Snow blanketed much of the southeastern part of the state and caused problems on the roads.
While most of us are tired of old man winter, the snow great for businesses who do better when cars are covered in it.
Places like Franklin and Oak Creek were blanketed with snow overnight but the plows were out on the main and side streets before sunrise.
While the sun didn't peak through the cloudy sky, people are appreciating the warm up in temperatures.
"I can deal without the wind," Stacy Reese said. "I think overall it's not as bad as the negative 10 degree weather. As long as it's above 10 we're good."
Still, the storms have been big enough to impact the roads. Slippery road conditions were to blame for several fender benders on the highway, like an accident early Monday near Ryan Road on I-94 and another accident near Michigan and 5th Street.
The city of Milwaukee said earlier in the morning they had 112 salt trucks out on the streets. They said the side streets and the main roads will be retreated.