Enough already!

On Monday morning, April 16, this woman found herself wielding a shovel to clear away the latest accumulation of wet snow in what feels like the winter that refuses to end. According to Paul Sterk, superintendent at Menomonie's wastewater treatment plant where precipitation in all its forms is measured, a total of 7 inches of snow gathered on the ground between Friday night and Monday morning for an equivalent of close to 1 inch of water when melted down. Of course, with all the blowing and drifting over the weekend, Sterk observed that getting a truly accurate measurement proved to be a challenge.

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Dunn County News editor

Barbara Lyon is the editor of The Dunn County News in Menomonie, WI.

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