No plows yet in Kewaunee County

The state of Wisconsin got its first significant snowfall of the season but no plows were needed yet in Kewaunee County. Highway Commissioner Todd Every says the state highways and bridges were treated before the storm to prevent icing. With all the wet weather so far, other construction projects have taken longer than expected to get done and the snow-clearing equipment is not quite ready. Every is confident Kewaunee County will be ready if a large snowstorm hits in November.



More snow is expected later this week on Thursday or Friday. Every says he’s seen different reports how much snow will be coming and is unsure whether the plows will need to come out then.

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