Dangerous Road Conditions In Frankfort

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Updated: 12/06/2013 5:24 pm
It's starting to get slick here in Frankfort. Rain has changed to ice and roads are getting slushy.

Crews here at the Kentucky Emergency Management Center are continuing to monitoring this weather.

They say the worst part of the storm is in western Kentucky where snow is covered in a layer of ice but crews say that ice and snow is spreading east.

Crews say the Kentucky transportation cabinet trucks are now out and putting down salt on roads covered in ice.

They say if you don't have to be out... Stay home but if you will be traveling in this mess plan for a longer drive and expect delays.

Although its ice here... this storm has a lot of rain and emergency management crews are also watching for flooding. They say you should never drive through standing water.

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