Mar 26, 2013 4:52 AM
Old man winter won't make an exit.
Snow flakes continued to fly overnight Monday into Tuesday morning.
With temperatures above or just at freezing, the snow hasn't caused too many problems on the roadways in central Kentucky so far. Pavement was just wet around Lexington at 5 a.m.
But drivers should use caution as they head out Tuesday morning. As snow showers continue off and on, slick spots could develop, especially along the usual trouble spots - bridges and overpasses. And black ice can quickly form if temperatures drop just a degree or two.
You might also find heavier snowfall in eastern counties.
For current conditions along major roadways across the state, log on to www.511.ky.gov.
A few school systems cancelled classes Tuesday. To see the list, click the SnowTracker Closings and Delays banner at the top of the LEX18.com homepage.