Where does it look like winter in north-central Wisconsin? - WAOW - Newsline 9, Wausau News, Weather, Sports

Where does it look like winter in north-central Wisconsin?


What a change.

Thanksgiving morning, people in central Wisconsin enjoyed temperatures near 60 degrees!

But just a day later – it's like another world.

"One thing I know, I've lived here all my life, and I know that weather seems to drastically change anytime it wants," said Kevin Stachovok of Wausau.

In Wausau, it certainly feels like winter now.

Although there's not much snow, but that's not the case everywhere.

In Rhinelander, they got a nice blanket of snow. Enough for some winter fun.

The roads there were snow-covered and slick, looking like winter in Wisconsin.

It's the same story in other areas.

In Tomahawk, they only saw a dusting of snow, but there were flurries all day.

Drivers there also had to deal with icy roads, although they weren't as slick as they were in Rhinelander.

It's a beautiful winter scene in the Northwoods.

But heading south – not as much.

No matter where you are in central Wisconsin, the weather is blustery, but here in Wausau, we're only seeing flurries and no real accumulation.

"Definitely looking forward to the snowfall, definitely give the nice holiday feel, and you know, it adds a nice mood," said Stachovok.

Something people in the Northwoods get to enjoy right now, but the rest of us will have to wait.

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