MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- Monday's snowfall was pretty much over after noon, but the mess left behind is was being dealt with all day.
Over an inch of snowfall fell in some areas on Monday, and N&S Towing was busy!
"We probably got about anywhere from 100 to 150 calls already today," Charlie Sancinati said.
"This year, I've got to say, is a little bit worse than the last couple years have been. It's been nuts for us right now," J.J. Sancinati said.
J.J. Sancinati says he's already been racking up the miles on his tow truck this year -- and saw a lot of drivers in ditches on Monday.
“Just people going too fast for the road conditions today," J.J. Sancinati said.
Charlie Sancinati was busy Monday taking stock of vehicles dropped off at the tow yard.
Meanwhile, DPW crews were working to get the roadways cleaned up.
Sanitation Area Manager Donald Stone says with leaves still piled up on the street, his crews could encounter unexpected problems.
"We can't see them. We usually get about 15,000 tons of leaves, and we're about at 14.8 already so we did a good job so far," Stone said.
However, Stone says the leaves are where they should be.
Traffic was back to normal on Monday night on I-43 -- though N&S Towing said they expected to be working through the night.