Slick roads created headaches for drivers on the morning commute.
Traffic moved slowly as the snow accumulated on the streets.
Snow plows were out before the sun came up, putting down de-icer, but it wasn't enough for some drivers. We found multiple car accidents, from people who simply slid off the road, to those whose cars rolled. As the snow showers tapered off heading in to the afternoon, the number of accidents slowed as well. But with a slight chance of more flurries tonight, drivers need to take extra caution when they head out.
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