Black ice on the roads resulted in the closing of Clark County Schools for the second day this week.
Although all thoroughfares appeared clear, many were affected by the frozen residue of Tuesday's snowfall.
Kevin Wilson, Clark County road supervisor, said his crews went out at 10 p.m. Tuesday and worked until 2 a.m. today. During that time, they spread between 60 and 70 tons of salt, making a total of 180 tons used during the quick-falling snow of Tuesday morning and the brief snowfall Tuesday night.
Wilson said although the county's salt supply is good, he received another 50 tons Tuesday afternoon, and another 50 tons will be delivered today.
City streets and alleys were affected by the black ice, according to Pat Clark, Winchester's public works director.
"We just had one call this morning. I believe that is the result of our crews treating the intersections and spots that usually are affected by leftover ice and snow," Clark said.