It appears area drivers exercised appropriate caution, as traffic accidents were kept to a minimum over the course of Sunday into early this morning despite the winter's first significant snowfall.
According to 911 dispatchers from across the area, few crashes and no injuries had been reported.
Area schools, which closed Friday due to unusually cold temperatures, were already scheduled for a day off today for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
The dispatch center for both Garrard and Lincoln counties said while there were a few minor wrecks here and there, nothing major or worth reporting had occurred since the snow began to fall.
Harrodsburg police said three non-injury accidents had happened since Sunday morning in Mercer County but described them as only "minor fender-benders."