Caution urged on Rusk County snowmobile trails

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LADYSMITH, Wis. (WEAU) -- Snowmobile riders are being urged to be careful as they head out on the trails in Rusk County.

On Friday, the county announced that Thursday night's snowfall caused low-hanging branches and fallen limbs. The trails are open, and considered to be in very good condition. Groomers will be working to clean up the trails.

It will likely be next week before they can address all the trails in the county.

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