LEBANON, Ohio — Ohio Department of Transportation crews are working to clear the roads of snow and ice after snow fell on top of a wintry mix overnight.
Anywhere from 3-5’’ of snow fell in most areas of the Tri-State overnight on top of 1-2’’ of wintry mix. Road conditions coupled with wind chills in the single digits has made progress slow for road crews.
More than 120 ODOT snow plow operators are working across Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Greene, Hamilton, Preble and Warren counties Tuesday morning.
Indiana Department of Transportation officials reported difficult travel conditions at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday and asked drivers to stay home unless travel was necessary.
Below are dashcam views from some of our #YellowTrucks that are continuing to treat and clear state roadways across the district.👀 Many roads remain snow-covered as of 5:30 a.m. and travel is still difficult.❄️ pic.twitter.com/AFSx1mk18u— INDOT Southeast (@INDOTSoutheast) February 16, 2021
Kentucky Department of Transportation District 6 crews started treating roads Monday evening. Crews will work to clear 4,600 miles of road.
D 6 Snowfighters maintain 4,600 lane miles. This round of snow is going to be a slow go.— KYTC District 6 (@KYTCDistrict6) February 15, 2021
Stay home while we work to find the pavement. It's going to take several passes to get our roadways passable.
These are NOT normal driving conditions! Take it slow in the snow! #kywx pic.twitter.com/lYVuM0hefn
Drivers should remember to give crews plenty of room while they are working to clear the roads.