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Another Round Of Snow Hits Mountains

Updated: Saturday, February 15 2014, 11:39 PM EST
Snow fell steadily Saturday morning in the higher elevations of our mountains.  This follow our heavier snowfall earlier this week.

In Madison County gusty winds combined with the snow to make Interstate 26 a bit tricky.

Traffic moved along but slowed down as a thin layer of snow started to accumulate, and drivers had to be careful as the wind could blow them around.

“I just watch where I’m going.  I give myself a little more time and distance.  It’s not too bad. It’s a little slick in spots but really not too bad,” says Tyler Barnette.

DOT trucks remained on duty clearing any snow and spreading salt to keep the pavement clear.

Many slick spots remain especially on secondary roads so authorities still advise staying off of them if you can, and if you must drive, be careful, and drive slowly.

By Rex Hodge

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Another Round Of Snow Hits Mountains


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