Winter storm causes clean-up switch

Mother Nature had its final say Wednesday on your fall clean-up projects whether you had them done or not. According to the National Weather Service approximately 1.5 inches of snow fell in Sturgeon Bay and 3.5 inches blanketed Kewaunee during the November 13th snow storm. That could leave some lawnmowers, leaf blowers, and other pieces of equipment out of commission until the snow melts. Jim Lemens from Lemens Hardware in Luxemburg says there is a step you can take just in case you did not use all of the gas this year.

As for your snowblowers, Lemens recommends getting them tuned up or doing simple maintenance like changing the oil and sparkplugs so you are ready for the entire season. Temperatures are expected to warm up after the weekend, but the area could get some additional snowfall on Sunday.

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