Snow plows have been busy since this latest round of snow began falling in Fayette County, but people who live in rural parts of the county say there is no way man can keep up with Mother Nature.
"With all the wind the snow blows right back onto the road, it's like the plows never came through," said Linda Boyd, who lives in the northern part of the county.
On some roads there is no more room for the snow to be pushed aside, creating a one lane road.
Fayette County road crews say they hope to get out to many of the secondary roads Wednesday afternoon.
They've been having to focus on the primary roads since the snow started falling Sunday night.