It's the first snowfall of the season.
The first snow of the season usually falls during the last week of October or the first week of November.
The average date of the first measureable snowfall ranges from mid to late October across far north-central Wisconsin to mid to late November.
On Tuesday, October 31 the snow flurries flying in the air may have provided a bit of a scare on Halloween.
Weatherology Chief Meteorologist Paul Trambley told WTKM News about the first snowfall.
"An Alberta Clipper, a fast moving low pressure system, will continue to bring snow shower activity across the area today (Oct. 31) with a slushy coating upwards of two inches. This clipper system moves off to the southeast tonight, and we'll see a gradual warming trend later in the week."
Sunny skies with a high of 45 degrees for Thursday, November 2 and a high of 48 degrees is expected for Friday, November 3.