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September 2014


DOT: Be alert to icy conditions, drifting snow


Motorists throughout the region should remain alert to potentially difficult driving conditions even though the worst of the recent snow storm appears to be over, said the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
The storm that dumped 3 to 10 inches of snow on most of Southeastern Wisconsin has left some major arterials still snow covered, with many icy spots. The department is urging that motorists drive at slower speeds and allow for more distance between vehicles for the next few days. The potential for difficult driving resulting from drifting and blowing snow also remains and motorists are encouraged to plan for longer drive times.
Those using the roads are asked to be alert and buckle up. Motorists are also able to call the 5-1-1 system to check for any challenges on the routes they intend to use.

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