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Slippery conditions predicted for Monday afternoon commute

You will be able to celebrate Snowplow Driver Appreciation Day while on the move on Monday as another snow system is expected to develop. The National Weather Service issued the special weather statement just before 10 a.m. on Monday for a large portion of the state including Door and Kewaunee counties. Light to moderate snow is expected to develop throughout the day with up to three inches of snow likely in some parts of northeast Wisconsin. Hazardous travel conditions are anticipated because of the snow-covered roads and reduced visibilities. Door County Dispatch received six calls for cars in ditches on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., which coincided with the area’s first significant snowfall.

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