Road crews across the Bluegrass are preparing for yet another long night.
Salt truck drivers in Lexington have already been out pre-treating roads, and many of them are now on 12 hour shifts.
It's something they've become used to this winter.
We're told Lexington Streets & Roads will have a full contingent of workers in at 8 Monday night.
They plan to treat the roads as necessary throughout the night, as long as it's needed, to keep the roads safe.
Crews say they have more than enough salt to tackle any snow that falls.
Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry is asking people to avoid parking on the city's snow emergency routes Monday night, so they can be cleared of snow, once it starts falling.