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A massive snowstorm hit central and northeast Wisconsin over the weekend.

Justice couldn't be served in seven northeast Wisconsin counties on Monday, because of a huge snowstorm that dropped over two feet of snow in parts of the region over the weekend.

The Wisconsin Courts System website  posted a release Monday, saying circuit court calendars were canceled in Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Marinette, Oconto, Outagamie and Waupaca counties.

For information about a particular circuit court or for rescheduling information, contact the respective county's clerk of courts website.

Just about every type of business, school and government agency was closed in northeast Wisconsin on Monday, from the Shawano Area Food Pantry to Marquis Yachts in Pulaski to Christ the King Lutheran Church in Combined Locks.

Snow was ending Monday and weather reports look quiet on Tuesday.

The most snow in the region was recorded at Carlsville in Door County, where 31.6 inches of snow fell.

Tigerton in Shawano County had 30.6 inches of snow and Stiles in Oconto County had 30.5 inches of snow, the National Weather Service said.

Bill Novak is a general assignment reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal.