Wintry weather caused problems for commuters Friday morning in Jessamine County as the area, like much of the state, was blanketed with snow.
Jessamine County saw up to 3 inches in some places, and road crews were out in force in the early hours of the morning trying to clear roadways.
Dave Carlstedt, director of utilities and public works for the city of Wilmore, said his crews were out Thursday night until 11:30.
"The roads were in pretty good shape," he said. "We got back out at 6:30 this morning and put salt down at intersections, and we used about 20 tons of salt for this snow event."
The snow also forced Jessamine County schools to close Friday. The school system dismissed students early Thursday in advance of the winter storm that moved into the area.