LaRue County was blanketed with about four inches of snow over the weekend. It began falling about 5 p.m. Friday and snowed through the night. The snow was powdery and drifted as high as six feet deep in some sections.
Rising temperatures Saturday afternoon helped road crews get a handle on the situation.
State, county and city snowplows were out in full force. Major roadways were cleared first, with both lanes of Lincoln Parkway and Bardstown Road cleared by 1 p.m.
Sunday morning, Campbellsville Road still had a few slick spots.