Wisconsin winters are notoriously frigid. With snow on the ground from October to March and temperatures regularly sitting far below zero, every Wisconsinite must prepare themselves for winter. Here are nine ways you can tell winter is coming in Wisconsin.
1. It’s the first week in October and it’s snowing.
Fall has barely officially started, and last weekend, it was 65 degrees and sunny. Today, though, snow flurries dust the town in white. It melts quickly, but we all know it’s a harbinger of the months to come.