As eastern Kentuckians awoke Friday morning they were greeted to a slight blanket of snowfall on the ground and on parts of the roadways in the region.
Smaller paths, bridges, and roads in high altitudes were of particular concern for road crews as they treated the area with salt.
Many school districts in the regional also canceled classes due to hazardous conditions on some of the roads.
For the most part, it seemed as if the above freezing temperatures combined with the work of road crews throughout the area kept many of the main roads in Perry County from becoming snow covered. Ky. Highway 80 and Ky. 15 were both clear this morning, making the trips to work for many people much easier than it could have been.