BROWN COUNTY - Authorities are warning of snow-packed and treacherous roads that have caused several accidents and dozens of cars in the ditch across the area.
The Wisconsin State Patrol says there is a towing ban in place for Brown and Outagamie counties until the weather clears.
"If it's not a hazard, we're going to be leaving it where you got it stuck," said Trooper Les Boldt. "You'll get it moved probably tomorrow."
Snow emergencies have been declared in a number of communities including: the Village of Suamico, Village of Ashwaubenon, and City of Appleton.
Authorities are also encouraging drivers to fully clear their vehicles before driving.
"Clear your windows so you can see," said Boldt. "Clear off the entire car because even if you leave it on your hood or you roof it's going to slide down, cover your back windows, you're not going to be able to see. If your lights are all covered we won't be able to see you if you hit your breaks or when you're signaling."
Officials are asking people not to park on the street until further notice.
The Brown County Highway Department had more than 50 trucks out across the county. However, conditions have made it difficult to fully clear roads.
"When you have temperatures that are right around freezing, the snow packs so easy," said Ken Ressel, assistant highway superintendent. "And the minute someone drives on it before we get a chance to scrape it off, it packs down so it's that much more difficult. It's slippery and icy."
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