Snow crews still out and looking ahead

The snow clean up crew in Sturgeon Bay is still out dealing with drifting snow. Mike Barker, the Director of Municipal Services in Sturgeon Bay, says the winds are still making the roads an issue. It's also too cold to use salt, so the plows are putting down a mixture of sand and salt to help traction. Barker added the crews will have an even longer week when some of the snow starts to melt this weekend.



Barker says their snow equipment can't apply downward pressure to really get under the packed snow to remove it. The temperatures are forcasted to get up into the mid and upper 30s on Saturday and Sunday. 

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