Listen: Brian Cunningham, Ohio Department Of Transportation, Kentucky discussed on Bill Cunningham
"Salt trucks and plows for a living or really going to earn their pay this weekend. We're expecting the biggest snowfall in four years, and it's expected to begin overnight and be heaviest. During the midday tomorrow right now, the snow is moving into Saint Louis. The Kentucky transportation cabinet says crews are reporting for duty at midnight tonight to work the northern Kentucky area. They've already been pre-trading with Brian today in a rural Indiana Department of transportation as around thirty plows that will begin their patrol the highways at eight o'clock tonight with the expectation of six inches of snow there, Ohio department of transportation, not pre-treated as they typically do not do that. But they will be ready to hit the interstates in southwest, Ohio. Brian Cunningham with oh dot asking us to help them out. Give our plow Dr. Room. Those trucks are big there are blind spots there, and they aren't easily stopped. Now. The latest traffic and weather together from the UCLA traffic center. The UC health weight loss center offers solutions for life changing weight loss. Call five one three nine three nine twenty to sixty three to learn more. That's nine three nine twenty to sixty three highways are in good shape, right down. No, accidents backups or delays. You're a straight shot out to the airport and to seventy five looking good seventy five up to downtown from. From fort Mitchell. And you're looking good north and south seventy one as well. There is an accident Highland avenue near east McMillan street and broken down nor seventy-one near east third. Still have the broken down similarly in the right shoulder, south seventy five between twelfth and pike. And Kyle's I'm rob Williams. Newsradio seven hundred wwl w forecast."