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Motorists are still advised to avoid travel Friday morning

The reports are the same on Friday morning from several transportation districts in central and southern Kentucky--motorists are still advised to avoid travel.

Crews are working hard to clear yesterday's snow, and nearly all area roads will still be covered or partially covered with slick and compacted snow, and possibly ice, until temperatures rise enough for road treatments to become effective.

In the meantime, emergency response and towing resources continue to be in high demand. Motorists are advised to avoid travel if possible. Motorists that have to be out should pack emergency supplies and adjust driving behavior by slowing down and leaving plenty of space between vehicles.

Remember not to call 911 or dispatch centers for travel conditions. State-wide road conditions are available at

This story was posted on 2022-01-07 07:28:15
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