Posted by Brad V at 11:41 AM
This is the snowiest December I can recall, and its the second highest December snowfall on record for neighboring Sheboygan County.
Yesterday, the Brothers V mounted to the roof of our neighbor's house to clear away some three-four foot drifts. After several hours up top, we finally realized just how much snow was involved.
Oddly, the abnormally high temperatures today have most of the snow on the run. This is good in one sense - it reduces some of the mini-Matterhorns of snow in the front yard and clears the roofs. But it also brings the potential for some foggy, icy roads - and flash flooding.