WINTER STORM WARNINGS remain in effect across portions of southern Wisconsin, northern Illinois, and northern Indiana as a potent storm system continues to sweep across the Midwest. Snow started early Saturday evening and continued into the night with a lull expected before the next round begins by morning. Snows accumulated between 1-4 inches across portions of southern Wisconsin before snow tapered off, more expected to fall later overnight into the morning.
Video shot in Beloit, Wisconsin along WI Highway 81 and I-43.
Scenes 1-2: Shots of a snowy Wisconsin State sign near the interstate.
Scenes 3-4: Shots of a highway sign telling drivers of the Winter Storm Warning.
Scene 5: Traffic passing beneath a highway sign for the I-43 and WI-81 highway exits.
Scene 6-7: Snow plows on I-43.
Scene 8-10: POV driving shots on snow-covered roads in Beloit.
Scene 11-14: Snow plows clearing parking lots in Beloit.
Scene 15: Worker hand-clearing snow from a sidewalk.
Scene 16-17: Two girls clearing snow from a car.
Scene 18: Man pumping gas as snow falls.
Scene 19: Man walking through a snow-covered parking lot to a parked semi-truck.
Scene 20-22: Shots of parked semis at a Beloit truck stop staying overnight to avoid driving in the snow.
Scene 23: Wide shot of a parking lot as snow falls.
Scene 24-25: Shots of heavy falling snow in street lights.
Scene 26: Traffic in the distance on a snow covered street.