EAU CLAIRE (WKOW) -- After a warm and virtually snow-free November, it's finally starting to look like winter in Wisconsin.
The northwest part of the state got the brunt of the snow over the weekend, with areas getting more than a foot.
That made for a lot of work for plow drivers in places like Eau Claire.
Officials there say they were ready for snow, just not that much.
Residents say they're doing the best to cope with Mother Nature.
Eau Claire had its drivers working 16-hour shifts to clear the roads.
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