Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Here's everything you need to know about the snow storm that started in Waukesha on Tuesday afternoon.
Schools are in session in Waukesha but 30 accidents were reported to the Waukesha Police Department on Tuesday during the storm. WISN 12 News is reporting that 6.5 inches fell in Waukesha. The National Weather Service does not have an official tally for Waukesha but Pewaukee had 6.3 inches of snow, West Allis had 8.5 inches of snow while Oconomowoc had 3.8 inches. UPDATED 10:15 a.m.: Public Works Director Fred Abadi told Patch in an email that the plowing is going well in Waukesha. The plow drivers have been able to keep up with the snow. UPDATED 8:33 a.m.: From Twitter @TotalTrafficMKE: #Waukesha accident. shoulder blocked on I-94 WB at Hwy 18 #traffic bit.ly/mUXXL Patch's commute map shows traffic moving well in most areas, except for a …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Keep up with Patch for real-time information on accidents, commute times and more.
Updated 7:26 p.m. Check out closure information in the following counties: Snow-related Closure Information in Waukesha County Snow-related Closure Information in Ozaukee County Snow-related Closure Information in Milwaukee County Snow-related Closure Information in Racine County Click here for WISN closings and here for the TMJ4 closings. To check if there are power outages near you, take a look at the We Energies map. Also, to check click here to check flights from Mitchell International. Updated 7:25 p.m. Per Bayside Police: Head-on collission at Port Washington Road just south of County Line Road. No injuries. Car spun out ahead of the other vehicle. Then another car swerved to avoid the first, but slid across and into the Northbound…
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
As the snow is falling throughout Waukesha, it almost looks like Christmas.
Christmas has come and gone, but Waukesha's looking like a winter wonderland with the recent snowfall. It's been a weird couple of days for weather this week. It was an unusually warm January day in Tuesday as temperatures reached the upper 50s. But with the warm day came a rain storm and flood watches. And Wednesday, it is back to upper 20s with snowfall expected between 1 and 3 inches, according to the National Weather Service. Bundle up Thursday, because temperatures are expected to reach a high of 13.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Keep up with Patch for real-time information on accidents, commute times and more. This article covers Waukesha County Patch communities.
8:41 p.m.: Power outages are worsening in Waukesha County. At 8:30 p.m. almost 4,000 customers were coping without power. Most were in Pewaukee (1,312), Waukesha (1,291) and Lisbon (456). But most communities in the county had at least a few people without power. 7:50 p.m.: Almost 2,000 people remain without power in Waukesha County, according to the We Energies outage map. Greatest numbers are in Waukesha (1,091), Lisbon (605), and Sussex (96). 7:31 p.m.: Muskego Patch editor Denise Konkol reports Lt. Rick Renz of the Muskego Police Department says roads overall are in good condition but people should take caution while driving. There have been a few cars in ditches but no additional accidents. 7:25 p.m.: And now it's wind and cold. The …