RHINELANDER - Snow blowers became the weapon of choice across northern Wisconsin as snow piled deeper and deeper.
People had ten inches or more of snow to clear from driveways and sidewalks this morning.
Some may have stayed home today.
But those who needed to get out had to move the snow.
The snow made driving dangerous, and closed a number of school districts around northern Wisconsin.
Some people had to wait out the storm in the dark.
Wisconsin Public Service had more than 6,300 customers without power earlier this morning.
The Tomahawk, Rhinelander, Eagle River and Hazelhurst areas had the most outages.
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