The general advice for Thursday: Take it slow. We’re keeping an eye on the commute after snow once again blanketed the WLKY viewing area. Generally, expect roads to be snowy and slick. We see a little snow on the interstates. Most look in good shape. There have been some reports of slide-offs on I-64 in Southern Indiana.Metro officials said they’re getting several reports of people stuck in snow. A lot of these issues happening on the Gene Snyder where cars are getting stuck on hills. Residential streets and back roads, especially those that were not treated, are likely more hazardous.Click here for real-time traffic maps: Kentucky | Indiana We’re advising people to drive with caution as slick spots could continue popping up. The entire region picked up somewhere between 1-4 inches overnight. Louisville got around 2 inches. Crews in both Kentucky and Indiana have been treating roads for days, since before the first winter storm of the week on Monday.

The general advice for Thursday: Take it slow.

We’re keeping an eye on the commute after snow once again blanketed the WLKY viewing area.

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Generally, expect roads to be snowy and slick. We see a little snow on the interstates. Most look in good shape. There have been some reports of slide-offs on I-64 in Southern Indiana.

Metro officials said they’re getting several reports of people stuck in snow. A lot of these issues happening on the Gene Snyder where cars are getting stuck on hills.

Residential streets and back roads, especially those that were not treated, are likely more hazardous.

Click here for real-time traffic maps: Kentucky | Indiana

We’re advising people to drive with caution as slick spots could continue popping up. The entire region picked up somewhere between 1-4 inches overnight. Louisville got around 2 inches.

Crews in both Kentucky and Indiana have been treating roads for days, since before the first winter storm of the week on Monday.

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