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Salt truck drivers continue to try to prepare for any slick spots on the roads for your morning commute as the winter weather continues.
The city of Lexington worked hard overnight to make sure you stay safe during your commute today.
Streets & Roads and Water Quality says it will be treating and plowing streets as needed, as well as responding to any calls for slick spots.
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Pre-treating the roads with salt brine, salt or a mixture of salt and chemical de-icing additives it the first step in preparing for a new event.
It wasn't a groundbreaking, but a salt shoveling that Lexington's leaders took part in to celebrate construction of the city's second salt barn.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says crews will report at midnight for the counties in the district.
Road crews with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet have reported to patrol and spot treat routes as necessary.
The painfully cold weather system that put much of the Midwest into a historic deep freeze was expected to ease Thursday, though temperatures could still tumble to record lows in some places before the region begins to thaw out.
Even in this week's arctic cold, some people are still out on the roads, getting stuck. A tow truck driver says the weather is keeping him busy.
Lexington city crews respond to snow and ice, provide resources
PICTURES: Snow and slick spots across the region
A deadly arctic deep freeze enveloped the Midwest, forcing widespread closure of schools, offices and prompting the U.S. Postal Service to take the rare step of suspending mail delivery to a wide swath of the region because of the cold.
Extremely cold, record-breaking temperatures are settling across parts of the Midwest after a powerful snowstorm pounded the region overnight Monday, and forecasters are describing the subzero weather on the way as potentially life-threatening.
Frigid temperatures have returned to the Bluegrass region which could affect motorists on their morning commutes.
City crews will work overnight in anticipation of Lexington receiving up to an inch of snow.
Frigid air and high winds are causing dangerous travel conditions throughout the eastern U.S. after a powerful winter storm pummeled the region over the weekend.
State and local road crews continue plowing and treating roads after ice and snow hit the region overnight into Sunday morning along with bitter cold temperatures.
State snow plow and salt truck crews are prepared for another weekend of winter weather duty across northeast Kentucky.
With winter weather approaching, the city of Lexington is getting ready.