Today's snowfall is making driving a bit of a challenge.
Leonard LeGrave, patrol superintendent for the Kewaunee County Highway Department says the snow's been falling at a good clip but plows for the most part have been able to keep pace.
LeGrave says county plows will be on the road through this evening and then head back out in the morning -- probably early.
LeGrave says visibilities have been averaging about a quarter-mile and says if motorists slow down and drive cautiously they should be okay.
"It's winter in Wisconsin and if you take your time and go slow enough for conditions you'll be fine," he says.
As of about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, LeGrave says Kewaunee County had received about 4 inches of new snow.