Bracing for the Storm
From drivers to tow truck companies and school districts--everyone has a plan in place when the snow hits. Video by nbc26.comvideo
Northeast Wisconsin bracing itself for that huge winter storm knocking on our door.
Jackie Wise prepares herself for a sheet of anxiety on the roads.
"I'm trying not to think about it. I already have plans just to stay off the roads and stay home," Wise said.
With 12 inches or more expected, Green Bay city crews will be treating the roads before the snow falls and will plow multiple times if they need to.
At Glenn's 24-Hour Towing workers tune up their tires ready for the rush.
"We probably plan on starting somewhere after midnight and running through midnight Thursday night. Pretty much non-stop," Darrell Henninger said, with Glenn's 24-Hour Towing.
And nothing will stop them.
"If the police department calls, and we have somebody blocking traffic, stuck in the middle of the road, and the plows can't get through we'll go out no matter what," Henninger said.
Because of the severity of the storm Green Bay Area Schools are closed.
"The sooner we can let our families know, the better they can plan," Allen Behnke said, with Green Bay Area Schools.
For a winter storm that will test everyone's limits on the roads.