PICS: Winter weather storm pictures across Commonwealth


GEORGETOWN, Ky. (WTVQ) – Emergency responders are sharing a message with drivers across the Commonwealth to slow down during these winter weather conditions.

Georgetown police are asking drivers to prepare to stop earlier and to, “Please clean the snow off your vehicles before driving on the roadways. Taking the time to clean the snow off could save your life and others.”

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From Georgetown Police

The Wilmore Fire Department posted a picture of road conditions in Jessamine County.

The roads in Estill County are extremely slick and deputies say the precipitation is falling faster than they can keep up with. If anyone comes upon any downed trees or power lines please call dispatch at 606-723-2201.

Pic from Estill County Sheriff’s Office

The Stanford Police Department posted these photos on Facebook.

Rowan County Judge-Executive Harry Clarky posted a picture on Facebook along with this message:
“Be sure to check on your neighbors to see if they have everything they need. To any individuals still without power, especially those who utilize electronic medical devices, the warming center at Laughlin remains available. If you need help after 6:00 PM, please call 606-207-5028 to make prior arrangements.”
Pic from Rowan County Judge Executive

Photos below on Jessamine County Emergency Management Agency/C-S-E-P-P

Morgan County Sherriff’s Office posted on Facebook the following:

“If you need something, call Morgan County dispatch at 606-743-4385 and we will try to help.”

Pic From Morgan County dispatch

Phots from Monday 11:30 a.m.
Source: Georgetown Police Dept.

Bardstown police shared images of road conditions calling them, “slushy and slick (especially in spots that are refreezing from being scraped).” Police adding, “You know the drill, don’t be out unless you need to be and use the utmost caution. Even the best drivers can’t control certain conditions.”

Source: Bardstown Police Dept.

In Berea, police said to, “Avoid N. Broadway and Chestnut unless you have a snow mobile. Very slick and dangerous hill.”

Source: Berea Police Dept.

Emergency officials in West Liberty Morgan County said on Facebook, all roads are snow and ice covered and drivers should use, “extreme caution if you must be out both on roads and sidewalks. More sleet snow and ice is predicted later today.”

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