There’s little to impede Thanksgiving weekend travel in Wisconsin. With gas prices hovering around $2.70 a gallon, AAA spokesperson Beth Mosher expects about 778,000 people will be traveling in Wisconsin. “Give yourself enough time to get to where you need to go, and get to where you need to go safely,” Mosher advises.
Orange barrels will be off to the side most everywhere in the state. WIDOT‘s Don Greuel says the lone exception is northbound I-94 in Kenosha County, down to two lanes near Kenosha. And yes, there’s a chance of snow across much of the state, and Mosher with triple a says we all need to keep that in mind – and slow down accordingly. Bottom line, be careful out there.
Bob Hague (:60) AUDIO: Bob Hague reports (:60 MP3)