MADISON, Wis. -

Madison decided against declaring a snow emergency Saturday night, but the city's streets superintendent said one is probably coming Sunday.

In a Saturday evening posting about snow emergencies on the city's web site, Chris Kelley wrote the city would  "likely call one for Sunday and Monday evenings."

In that post, Kelley wrote that the streets division had planned to send 32 salt units out during Saturday night as freezing rain had been occurring, affecting the driving on some roads.

Kelley wrote that once significant snow comes, street crews would concentrate on clearing main streets, bus routes, and direct routes to schools and hospitals first.

The city recommends people avoid traveling if at all possible on Sunday should the storm evolve as predicted.

Stay tuned to WISC-TV and Channel 3000 for continuing coverage.