Henry Vilas wrote:If global warming get to the point where Wisconsin doesn't freeze over in winter, then maybe. I see the city has already filled in some of the more egregious holes.
Erhhh, I was asking a reasonable question. It seems that with greater frequency we are experiencing more and more days where it gets way above freezing, then temperature straddles both sides of the freezing point of water, followed by expected lowish temperatures (then it repeats). Throughout, the physical nature of what water does what it does, although I am leaving out the the off target effects of the stuff we spread around to suppress its freezing point.
Ya, your right, potholes are a not a new phenomena. But roads are very expensive and I am wondering how well we are preparing for a shorter cycle of their life span.