Traffic Danger Expected in High Wind Storm

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MILWAUKEE - High winds could cause problems for drivers in Southeastern Wisconsin in the next two days.

The State Patrol says you should be prepared for anything.

They suggest to know who is in front and behind you.

On highways, construction zone barrels and signs blowing into traffic could pose the biggest problem.

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Milwaukee County Sheriff's Deputies will be checking freeways to make sure the barrels stay out of the road.

State patrol officials also are asking people to beware of semis.

The big trucks could cause issues of the wind pushes their loads around.