snow and freezing rain where I am. The snow it slushy now but everything is glazed in thick ice.
That is when the fun starts.
On another note - there was a major snowstorm that hit my hometown in Racine on Sunday. Huge accident on the main freeway that essentially bisects the county. At least one person dead in the accident, tons of others hurt, and somehow someone lost their dog in the whole thing.
The freeway is still "rural" in that part of the county, though there's more in the way of population down there than there is up here where I live now. They had to divert traffic off the main Interstate and onto the side frontage road five miles to the north.
Up here, we're starting our crazy mid-January weather patterns - drop below zero during the night, and then when it starts to warm up in the morning, flurries hit. As an idea: it's currently right at 0°F; it's supposed to get down to -15°F for a low this evening; then - as it warms up to 8°F tomorrow, it's supposed to snow in the morning. Add in 14 mph winds, which make the wind chill OMGWTFFMAO, and you get what a "Tuesday in North Central Wisconsin" is like.