Roads recovering, not perfect; no word yet on schools for Friday

State says: come get your abandoned cars before we have to tow them

UPDATE 12:35 p.m. Jan. 30 — Now that everyone has had time to recover from Tuesday’s snowstorm and the resulting frozen roadways, things are starting to get back to a semblance of normality in Fayette County.

Major highways are passable and fairly clear, but emergency officials caution there are still trouble spots on local roads, with Hood Avenue leading into Fayetteville being a prime example. Any shady stretch of road is likely to still be frozen at this point, so caution is warranted by all motorists.

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via The Citizen

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