Despite the snow making roads a bit dangerous in some parts of the state, winter weather didn't phase Wisconsinites over the weekend. Especially now that it's December.
Drivers in areas north of Milwaukee saw some sort of wintry mix for most of Sunday afternoon. None of the motorists were too concerned though.
"Not too bad," said John Habbeck. "It could be worse. It could be Halloween and we get six inches," he said.
Snowfall didn't prevent stead business at Poplar Creek Tree Farm in New Berlin.
"Not ideal weather, but we make it work," said Jessica Lenz. "It's fun with the snow."
"It's nice to hear people laughing and singing, and timber," said Randy Cooper, the owner of the tree farm.
Meanwhile dozens of spectators enjoyed the winter weather from their cars at Candy Cane Lane in West Allis.
"We're just here enjoying the snow and the lights," said Diana Villagas.
"When the snow hits the lights it's a different element than when it isn't snowing,"said Rob Stoltz.
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