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Winter storm interrupts spring

No matter how much snow falls by the end of the day Thursday, Door County Highway Commissioner John Kolodziej wants you to know that his crews are ready. The peninsula can expect to see two to five inches of snow before it gives way to rain. The Door County Highway Department took off only a couple of its plows. It kept the majority of its fleet equipped when it saw the forecast over a week ago. Kolodziej says they are in good shape for this storm and for any others that may pop up.

The severe weather expected to hit the area forced state and local officials to push back Thursday’s planned tornado drills to Friday.

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