Southeast Wisconsin (CBS 58) — A winter storm sweeping through southeastern Wisconsin is causing headaches on the roads ahead of the holiday weekend. AAA says it expects Thursday, Dec. 22, and his Friday, Dec. 23, to be his two busiest travel days this holiday season. Just over 2 million people are expected to travel, mostly by car.
With so many drivers on the road in snow and icy conditions, experts say it’s very important to pay attention to your driving.
AAA Director of Public Affairs Nick Jarmusz said:
CBS 58 has crews throughout the region who track road conditions.
Head west on I-94 #brookfield of #Waukesha County There is a thin layer of snow on the shoulder, but the highway is still fairly clear with plenty of traffic in both directions.have team coverage @CBS58 It’s noon, so please join us! pic.twitter.com/30KCX3ZIwb
— Ellie Nakamoto White (@ellienw_news) December 22, 2022
There are definitely some slick spots on I-41N. It’s starting to snow just west of West Bend near Allenton as well. @CBS58 pic.twitter.com/AwNMtaqQFA
— Emerson Lehmann (@ELehmannTV) December 22, 2022
This is a developing story. Stick to CBS 58 on-air and online for the latest.
Contributions to this article by Emerson Lehmann, Ellie Nakamoto-White, and Yukare Nakayama of CBS 58.
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