SUAMICO (WKOW) -- Much of Wisconsin is digging out from Tuesday's snow storm.
Some places got as much as 11 inches.
Shovels and snow piles were common sights Wednesday in Wuamico, which received about 8 inches.
One man said he's surprised with how much snow the city got and he's not exactly a fan of cleaning it up.
"I left for work yesterday morning and it wasn't snowing yet. I went outside around noon and it was a blizzard. The fact that it's really heavy, can't really just shovel it off to the side, you have to pick it up and walk it over the edge," says Thomas French.
Other people went right for restocking their salt.
Supplies in that area are still running low after ice from last weekend
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