This Monday November 26th is ‘Snowplow Driver Appreciation Day’ in Wisconsin and it appears to be a timely designation. Forecasters are expecting snow across the southern half of Wisconsin Sunday and snow-covered roads Sunday evening into Monday morning. WisDOT Secretary Dave Ross says snowplow drivers provide a critical public service that helps ensure continued operations for business, medical services, schools – and life in general all winter long. Motorists are urged to say ‘thank you’ to by driving safely near plow trucks and giving them room to work. Drivers should stay 200 feet behind a working snowplow and make sure you can see the plow’s mirror to ensure the driver can see you.