MADISON (WKOW) --- The City of Madison says their crews will begin clearing snow from residential areas this afternoon.
With the snow amounts close to 3 inches, the will be sending most city vehicles with plows out to residential areas.
They hope to have all of those roads cleared by midnight Wednesday night.
No private contractors are being called in for the job.
The plows will also apply sand to hills, intersections, and curves in the residential neighborhoods.
MADISON (WKOW) -- The snow has ended and so have the warnings and advisories, but there are still many slippery roads in southern Wisconsin.
Dane County reports drifting Wednesday morning on some roads. The Beltline is mainly clear, but many side and residential streets still have snow on them. Madison Street Department and Dane County Highway Department crews were working on the roads overnight and into the early morning.
Iowa and Grant Counties report some drifting snow. Dodge, Columbia, Juneau and Sauk Counties have some snow-covered slippery roads with drifting as well. Many of those county highway departments planned to have crews out Wednesday morning.
Check out road conditions statewide here.
A couple of schools have decided to delay classes Wednesday morning. Check out the list here.
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