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Travel Conditions - 1pm Quick Update, KYTC District 4
Motorists should be aware of re-freezing potential and reduce their speeds. Icing conditions like these often present a hazard where drivers are going too fast to avoid losing control. - CHRIS JESSIE
Readers note: District 4 covers Green and Taylor Counties within the CM 7-County area. Road conditions in District 4 are important to all in this region who might be travelling north, particularly on District 4's stretch of I-65, the longest of any KYTC District
By Chris Jessie, Public Information Officer
KY Transportation Cabinet, District 4, Elizabethtown, KY.
ELIZABETHTOWN, KY (1pmCT/2pmET, Sun 22 Feb 2015) - Primary routes are in good shape.
Sun is helping melt covered patches on secondary roads. Shaded areas may still have trouble spots.
Our crews will be going home overnight. State routes have been treated today and those with covered spots are plowed down as much as possible.
Primary concerns tonight deal mostly with freezing water running across pavement from today's snow melt.
Lows are forecast in and close to single digits overnight which will make normal treating ineffective until temps rise and sunlight returns Monday morning. Some light snow showers are in the forecast but we do not anticipate plowable accumulations anywhere in the district.
Crews will return on Monday morning and will respond to any problem areas overnight.
Motorists should be aware of re-freezing potential and reduce their speeds. Icing conditions like these often present a hazard where drivers are going too fast to avoid losing control.
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