Showers and thunderstorms will begin to develop this afternoon and evening. Some of these could be strong or severe into the nighttime hours.
Tuesday morning's winter weather was not unexpected and the accurate forecast gave Lexington leaders time to plan.
On Tuesday, Mayor Jim Newberry says everything went as well as planned.
Road crews had between 20 and 30 trucks out all night, salting and plowing the roads in Fayette County.
As of 10:00 Tuesday morning, Lexington Police say they had worked 17 crashes around the city, all of them minor. That number may have been higher if road crews hadn't been working so tirelessly.
Mayor Newberry called it a "pretty good night," all things considered.