Crews work to clear snow from roadways. Photo by WCPO's Dwayne Slavey.
While the snowflakes have tapered off in the Tri-State, bitter cold temperatures have replaced the falling snow and the chance is high for roadways to refreeze.
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CINCINNATI -- While the snowflakes have tapered off in the Tri-State, bitter cold temperatures have replaced the falling snow and the chance is high for roadways to refreeze.
IcyRoadSafety.com has 9 tips for driving in icy, slick conditions:
Wait for conditions to improve
Take it slow!
Pay attention to the weather
You don't have the skill to drive at normal speeds on icy roads.
Wear your seatbelt
Go easy on your brakes
Turn into a slide
Icy road accidents happen in multiples
Don't stop for accidents or stranded vehicles along an icy roadway
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