Our focus now turns to the potential of record lows tonight. Many areas may wake up to thermometer readings below zero.
The snow fall Tuesday afternoon caused for slick roads and dangerous conditions for drivers. School buses on the roads trying to take home students early from school were also affected by the road conditions across the state.
In Jessamine county, officials tell 27 NEWSFIRST several buses were stuck in snow. Another school bus was involved in an accident with a car. We're told the school bus driver was injured.
Another school bus went off the road, but we're told no children were on board at the time.
We do know that all students are now home safe. A few school buses are still stuck, but the students were picked up by other buses and taken home.
The Deputy Superintendent for Jessamine County says they knew bad weather was coming, but they didn't expect it to come so fast.
In Montgomery County, a bus was involved in fender bender with a vehicle, but luckily no one was hurt in that incident.
In Scott County, a bus was stuck on a slick road, but no injuries were reported in that incident either.
And in Fayette County, a school bus and a car collided when the car hit the bus at East Hills & Squires Circle. Police say there were 43 kids on board at the time of the crash, but the crash was minor and there were no injuries reported.