GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Green Bay's Shawano Ave has reopened to traffic Tuesday morning after an overnight crash knocked down power lines.
Shawano Ave was closed between Fisk St and Locust St for several hours.
A vehicle crashed and knocked down power lines, according to Green Bay Police.
WPS was called in to clear the lines.
The polling place at the 7th Day Adventist Church at 1414 Shawano Ave is open for the primary election.
There have been several crashes Tuesday morning as roads are slick with snow.
CLICK HERE for the First Alert Traffic map.
Some schools are closed or delayed due to the weather. CLICK HERE for the full list.
When will the snow wind down? Track the First Alert Forecast here: https://www.wbay.com/weather
FIRST ALERT TRAFFIC: the Wis. Dept. of Transportation is listing northeast Wisconsin highways as snow covered--the rest of the state has slippery conditions, too. Slow down this morning. #WBAYFirstAlert pic.twitter.com/laYoere3Oe— Kathryn Bracho (@KBrachoWBAY) February 18, 2020
It’s winter. It snowed.— Winnebago County SO (@WCSO_Wisconsin) February 18, 2020
If you’re new here, that means you need to leave early, keep greater following distance, and go slow.
The snow is ending across northeast Wisconsin, but many roads remain snowpacked across the area. Allow for extra travel time when heading off to work. Here's what you need to know heading out the door... #WBAY #WBAYFirstAlert #wiwx pic.twitter.com/d22sa4xeTq— WBAY First Alert Weather (@WBAYweather) February 18, 2020