With warmer weather in the forecast Thursday and Friday, St. Paul is planning to pull out the plows to do some touching up of residential streets.

City officials are asking residents to move their vehicles off north-south residential streets on Thursday, and off east-west residential streets on Friday, to make it easier for plows to get through.

The city won’t ticket or tow vehicles that aren’t moved. But officials hope for a high degree of voluntary compliance to ensure that streets can be cleared of snow as much as possible.

Crews plan to plow from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on each of those days.

The high temperature forecast for St. Paul on Thursday is 35 degrees; on Friday, temps are expected to rise to 31 degrees.