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KYTC: Roads remain slick and hazardous

By Amber Hale

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 8 highway crews continue to clear icy roadways ahead of second wave of precipitation expected to bring more ice and heavy snowfall to the area later today.

As of around 10amCT, many roadways across the district remain partly to mostly covered and slick. Motorists are strongly advised to avoid travel if possible.

While crews have remained focused primarily on priority A snow routes- which include interstates, parkways, U.S. highways, and some other 4-lane routes, some crews are beginning to treat priority B routes.

Click for the Adair County Snow and Ice Priority Map (PDF). For a complete county-by-county snow and ice priority list please go to: https://transportation.ky.gov/Maintenance/Pages/Snow-and-Ice-Maps.aspx.

Crews will continue to plow and treat roadways throughout the day to get them in the best shape possible before heavier precipitation arrives later today.




This story was posted on 2021-02-15 10:05:27
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