Mequon motorists make their way through the snow

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MEQUON (WITI) -- Mequon was one of the hardest hit areas during the overnight snow storm. Road crews and motorists battled the snow-covered roads Sunday morning, December 22nd.

"The plows are out. Law enforcement is out and helping stranded motorists but overall, not too bad" said one driver who traveled from Two Rivers.

Dan Berth with Nate's Landscaping began clearing area parking lots starting at 4 a.m.

"Just drive slow. Give yourself breaking time. You'll make it," said Berth. "There was like a foot snow in Ozaukee County by five corners."

The Santangelo family from Ridgewood, New Jersey plowed through the heavy snow on their way to Lambeau Field Sunday morning.

"We're on our way up to Green Bay to go see the game," said Sandy Santangelo. "I finally get to wear my cheese head and not be booed," added her daughter, Alex.

Mequon police say despite all the snow, it was a relatively slow day.