Snow crews clearing roads before deep freeze

The Door County snow removal crew is working fast on Sunday to make sure Monday’s morning commute is not a dangerous one. The rain and snow have made the roads very slushy and with the temperatures forecasted to drop below zero Sunday night and into Monday morning that would make for very icy road conditions. According to Thad Ash, the Patrol Superintendent for the Door County Highway Department, the snow crews went out at around 4:30 Sunday morning and will be out throughout the day clearing as much snow and slush as possible before the very cold temperatures come. Door County did miss a lot of the snow that fell in many other parts of Wisconsin on Saturday and Ash says the workers were happy to have a day off.



The Door County Highway Department is still in good shape when it comes to their salt supply for the rest of the winter.

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