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No signs of snow for snowplow appreciation day

No signs of snow for snowplow appreciation day

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MADISON (WKOW)--  The ground may still be green, but Governor Scott Walker is already preparing for a white Wisconsin.

He's urging the public to be prepared for the nasty driving conditions ahead as we celebrate "Snowplow Appreciation Day" on Monday.

Walker is using the occasion to remind drivers to slow down when they encounter snowplows and to limit driving during bad weather in the upcoming months.

State law requires drivers to be at least 200 feet behind a working snowplow. Transportation officials also suggest using caution when passing a working snowplow on the roadway. Plows can often kick up a cloud of snow that can easily obscure a driver's vision.

Drivers can get the latest road conditions by calling 511 or logging on to www.511wi.gov.

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