PRESTONSBURG, Ky. (WKYT) - Things were wet , but there was not a lot of snow accumulating in Floyd County. The areas that seemed to be catching the most snowfall were in the higher elevations like Abner Mountain and in Buckingham, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
The Transportation Cabinet said they had several snow plows addressing these locations where they were dealing with "white roads." They said one road had several inches of snow on it and had roughly nine vehicles stuck on the side of the road, this morning.
As far as the main roads down through the county, they seemed to stay pretty clear and passable. The county's road foreman said they did not have any issues and there were no reports of any icy spots.
Still the crews stayed active, running their routes and keeping an eye on the weather.
County leaders did say Monday night that if any heavy snow fell in the county they expected it to cause major problems like downed trees and possible power outages.
So far, they've managed to avoid those scenarios.
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