Heavy snowfalls are already putting a strain on city plows to clear the streets.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
For the most part the snow may be finished around Siouxland for now, but there could be more on the way.
The city of Sioux City is looking at plans in case more snow falls on Sunday or Monday. Mayor Bob Scott says if a few more inches of snow fall during the weekend, the city may be in a "snow emergency."
He says the city resources are already being pushed to the limit to clear the streets.
"We get more snow we're probably going to probably have to declare a snow emergency and get these cars off the street, because our plows are going to have a very difficult time, just the way it is," said Scott.
Forecasts right now call for a chance of snow either Sunday night or Monday.
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