Storm Response Update

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

About 1.5 - 3 inches of snow fell last night and, overnight, crews made good headway through the state system. They are currently working on the county's primary roads. Crews will then address the county's local roads, but will not likely hit most locals until after the morning commute. Crews will not get into neighborhoods, which mother nature and rising temps should help to clear. Currently, temps are below freezing and motorists may experience "refreeze" along roads that have been scraped and treated. With fog in some areas as well, drivers should use caution, avoid in-car distractions and reduce speeds.