It won't be long and we will again be driving on snow-covered roads and the State patrol is reminding us to slow down and give ourselves more time. Lieutenant Eric Roeske says statistics show people who are in a hurry and try to make up time have a better chance of going into the ditch or getting into a crash.
As the temperatures start to drop, ice will begin forming on area lakes and rivers. That has the DNR's Water Safety Specialist Tim Smalley concerned. He says today's topic for Winter Hazard Awareness Week is Outdoor Winter Safety and with that comes the need to be extra cautious around thin ice.
Today kicks off Winter Hazard Awareness Week and state officials want you to be prepared for the upcoming winter. Todd Krause is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. He says pay attention to the forecast and be prepared.
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