SARTELL -- While the snow begins to disappear the pot holes around Central Minnesota are spreading like wildfire.

Public Works Department crews have started to repair some of the pot holes as they surface.

Sartell Public Works Director Brad Borders says crews have been out since Monday putting a temporary fix over the pot holes.

Borders says their priority at this point is to patch the main roadways. From there they will move to residential neighborhoods.

Once the weather stays around 45 degrees, crews will begin repairs on all roads with a more permanent solution.

Borders says if you see a pot hole please report it to your local city hall.