Road conditions could deteriorate across the metro area today once the snow begins to fall at a steadier pace. Crews on the local, county and state level are ready to clear the roads, and the message from nearly every department is to be prepared, and leave plenty of room for the trucks and plows working the roads.
IDOT Engineer Joe Monroe tells The Big Z they put some chemical down Sunday, but are touching up the higher-traveled areas.
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Madison County Engineer Mark Gvillo tells The Big Z his crews have had a recent test run.
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Wood River Public Services Director Steve Palen:
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The latest forecast calls for 2 - 4 inches of snow by the time things wrap up Wednesday morning.