Remnants of storm continue to provide trouble spots for motorists
By The Staff
Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 8:00 pm
LaRue County Schools will be closed Wednesday for a second consecutive day.
The winter storm which arrived early Monday evening and lasted through the Tuesday morning rush hour brought freezing rain and the first appreciable snowfall of the season.
The arctic chill which arrived Monday eased a bit by Tuesday afternoon as the work of road crews became evident on major city, county and state roads. Many neighborhood streets and sidewalks remain covered in snow and ice prompting the school system to cancel classes again Wednesday.
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