If you are venturing out early Friday morning, use caution on Northern Kentucky Roads.
The worst area as of 4:20 a.m. was Glencoe, Ky. Tractor-trailers could not negotiate the hills on I-71, leaving the interstate at a standfill from 10 p.m. Thursday night until 4 a.m. Friday morning.
Dispatchers said that the road is starting to open up but is slow going.
Boone County officials said it’s still pretty bad out there, lots of roads still need treatment.
Kenton County Dispatch reports “the roads are still hazardous” but no active wrecks since most people are staying home.
Campbell County Dispatch reports that roads are slick. Police are on the scene of an accident on US. 27 and the AA Highway at the Cold Spring.
Mason County roads are slick. Dispatch reports crews are out all over the county.
Kentucky State Police, Dry Ridge, reports that I-75 in Grant County is not moving faster than 40 miles per hour.