GREEN BAY, Wis. (WHBL) - Rhinelander and Medford got over 13-inches of snow by seven o’clock this morning – and it was still coming down. The northern quarter of Wisconsin is being hit the hardest by a storm that also brought rain, sleet, and freezing rain to the southern half of the Badger State – and some places even had isolated thunderstorms. Lots of schools are closed in northern and central Wisconsin, including places in the state’s mid-section with less snow but more ice pellets and rain. Marinette reported six-inches of sleet. Many parts of the far north got over 10 inches of snow last night and early today. Crandon and Butternut each had a foot on the ground by first light. And Rhinelander had three-foot drifts, as winds have been gusting to 35-miles-an-hour in the region. The National Weather Service said the north’s supposed to keep getting heavy snow today, while central areas get a mix of precipitation, and the south gets mostly rain with a little snow mixed in later today. It’s all supposed to clear out tonight. And some of it will melt tomorrow, as high temperatures are expected to get above freezing statewide in the 30’s-and-40’s.