First Snowstorm

We had our first snowstorm of the winter before the end of 2015.

Needless to say, feature hunt in the snow was the first thing to do in the morning.

Here are some of the ones that I like the most, but this link goes to the full snowstorm gallery.

 

Jena Foster, of Manitowoc, skis to work at the Manitowoc County Human Services in downtown on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29. Foster was happy that she was only 15 minutes late to work. The first snowstorm of the winter hit Manitowoc County and 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.

Jena Foster, of Manitowoc, skis to work at the Manitowoc County Human Services in downtown on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29. Foster was happy that she was only 15 minutes late to work. The first snowstorm of the winter hit Manitowoc County and 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.

Jim Behnke, owner of a building at the intersection of Washington and South Eighth Streets, plows the sidewalk on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29. Behnke had been plowing and shoveling the snow since 4 a.m. About 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Jim Behnke, owner of a building at the intersection of Washington and South Eighth Streets, plows the sidewalk on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29. Behnke had been plowing and shoveling the snow since 4 a.m. About 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Chad Seiler, of Seiler Brothers Construction, plows the sidewalk at the intersection of Washington and South Eighth Streets on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29. The first snowstorm of the winter hit Manitowoc County and 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Chad Seiler, of Seiler Brothers Construction, plows the sidewalk at the intersection of Washington and South Eighth Streets on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29. The first snowstorm of the winter hit Manitowoc County and 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Deb Luckow Schuh, of Valders, parks her car at the corner of Washington and South Seventh Streets and walks to work in downtown on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29. The first snowstorm of the winter hit Manitowoc County and 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Deb Luckow Schuh, of Valders, parks her car at the corner of Washington and South Seventh Streets and walks to work in downtown on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29. The first snowstorm of the winter hit Manitowoc County and 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Morning commute vehicles moving east on Washington Street toward South Eight Street on Tuesday, Dec. 29. About 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Morning commute vehicles moving east on Washington Street toward South Eight Street on Tuesday, Dec. 29. About 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Shakira Mills, left, Jamal Rudd, Catlin Sheraski, Morgan Larson and Bianca Sheraski, 5, play with snow while shoveling the driveway on Hamilton Street on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The Sheraskis, of Valders, and Larson came to visit their friends yesterday and got stuck due to the snowstorm. About 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Shakira Mills, left, Jamal Rudd, Catlin Sheraski, Morgan Larson and Bianca Sheraski, 5, play with snow while shoveling the driveway on Hamilton Street on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The Sheraskis, of Valders, and Larson came to visit their friends yesterday and got stuck due to the snowstorm. About 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.

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Creig Holschbach plows his driveway while his daughter, Samarah, 9, helps him cleaning the steps on Hamilton Street on Tuesday, Dec. 29. Manitowoc residents try to shovel and plow the snow before they go to work or get on the road after the first snowstorm of the winter hit the county. About 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Creig Holschbach plows his driveway while his daughter, Samarah, 9, helps him cleaning the steps on Hamilton Street on Tuesday, Dec. 29. Manitowoc residents try to shovel and plow the snow before they go to work or get on the road after the first snowstorm of the winter hit the county. About 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Neighborhood kids come out to play in the snow at the bowl in front of Lincoln High School on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The first snowstorm of the winter hit Manitowoc County and 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Neighborhood kids come out to play in the snow at the bowl in front of Lincoln High School on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The first snowstorm of the winter hit Manitowoc County and 11 to 13 inches of snow fell between Dec. 28 and 29.
Chad Christiansen pulls his daughter Charlotte, 2, left, and son Hudson, 3, up the hill of the bowl in front of Lincoln High School on the sled while his older daughter Londynn, 10, walks on her own on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The Christiansens live near by the school and thought it was a good day to go sledding at the hill.
Chad Christiansen pulls his daughter Charlotte, 2, left, and son Hudson, 3, up the hill of the bowl in front of Lincoln High School on the sled while his older daughter Londynn, 10, walks on her own on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The Christiansens live near by the school and thought it was a good day to go sledding at the hill.
Chad Christiansen puts a scar back around his daughter Charlotte's, 2, neck to protect her from the cold while sledding at the bowl in front of Lincoln High School on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The Christiansens live near by the school and thought it was a nice day to go play in the snow.
Chad Christiansen puts a scar back around his daughter Charlotte’s, 2, neck to protect her from the cold while sledding at the bowl in front of Lincoln High School on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The Christiansens live near by the school and thought it was a nice day to go play in the snow.

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