Content Tagged 'slick'

Slick Roads Cause Many Wrecks
Lexington Police said they responded to 25 weather-related wrecks Sunday evening between five and nine p.m. Video Video
Intersections Not Treated like Roads
As crews deal with snowy roads, you might have noticed big streets in Lexington that still have snow. Other times a street is clear but the intersection still has snow. Video Video
Road Crews Keeping Up With Winter Weather
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said it’s spent $27 million dollars on snow and ice removal so far this winter season. Video Video
Lexington Police Caution About Highways Still Being Slick
City officials reported that although Lexington's streets are in "pretty good" shape, drivers should be extra cautious when traveling the highways.
Slick Roads Causing Numerous Accidents
Lexington police said the sleet, followed by the onset of snow, has kept them busy with several accidents reported.
Winter Weather Moving In
As winter weather moves into the Bluegrass, roads are getting dangerous. Video Video
Weather Affects Roads, Power and Drivers
Driver’s dealt with Rupp Arena game traffic, some people are without power and temperatures continue to plunge Tuesday night. Video Video
Lexington Looks At GPS Systems to Help Treat Streets and Roads
Lexington and Fayette County road crews cover more than 1,000 miles of road when bad weather hits. LFCUG Streets and Roads is looking into installing GPS systems into those trucks to make them more efficient and save the city money. Video Video
Wintry Mix Ends, But Slippery Roads Remain
The winter storm has moved out of Kentucky, leaving behind slick roadways to start the weekend. Don't worry, a big warm-up is on the way next week! Video Video
Accumulating Snowfall Expected Thursday
Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for most of the viewing area for Thursday, with a dusting to 2" of snowfall expected on average. Temperatures will fall below freezing, with slick roadways possible. Video Video
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