Lee County, Alabama Emergency Management Agency
4 hours ago
Lee County, Alabama Emergency Management Agency shared City of Auburn, AL - City Government's post.Auburn Road Status ... See MoreSee Less
City of Auburn, AL - City Government
ROAD CONDITIONS: Most Auburn roadways have cleared following yesterday’s icy conditions, but some roads still have patches of ice and snow.
Farmville Road is CLOSED between North Donahue Drive and...
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Laura OstryeHwy 14 was closed at Willis Turk Road/County Road 57 around 11 AM this morning.
Cynthia Horton Thompson280 west between Opelika and PC still hazardous. And that's the only route for me to get back home!
Shane TrehernTook me an hour and a half to travel i85 from opelika to Tallassee. Mostly clear, but patches of ice in most shady spots.
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11:35 am and temperatures are finally above freezing. Travel advisory is still in effect...give the ice time to go away...we will share when the advisory is lifted. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 hours ago
Ice still and 25 degrees at 9:45 am with the current image from algotraffic. Lots of red still. Travel advisory remains in effect. https://algotraffic.com ... See MoreSee Less
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Kristy Pickett HomburgerAny current updates on road closures? Specifically North Donahue Drive from Shug to Farmville?
Catie Rae BishopAlgo is not accurate in some places 431 from lafayette near 147 intersection opelika and is really icy. Several Cars on side of road.algo has no issues posted for it
7 hours ago
While we would like to answer all of your individual questions regarding specific roads, it is just not possible. Please read our post regarding officially closed roads pinned above and understand that the IMPASSABLE TRAVEL ADVISORY is still in place. We are NOT going to tell you that any particular road is "SAFE". This is why we have a countywide designation in place of "IMPASSABLE'. Any road in Lee County could be IMPASSABLE due to ice at some point, and the road status can change from one day to the next. Please use caution on the roadway. Slow down! According to Sheriff Jay Jones, many of the accidents that have occurred are because of unsafe speeds. Just because it's the "speed limit" does not mean it is safe to go that fast under current conditions. ... See MoreSee Less
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Michelle Williams MaloyHas there been salt spread out! On the roads?
Shånda Rooks StringerWhen is the advisory over?
Opelika Bulletin BoardTravel is at your own risk but algotraffic.com/ will be the best source for an "idea" of present road conditions
Mary Ann Adkins BlakeAny updates within the last 30 minutes?
Traci MooreAnd if the roads are deemed closed, the insurance most likely won’t pay for the damage
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Lee County, Alabama Emergency Management Agency shared Lee County Sheriff's Office Alabama's post.Lee County Travel Advisory from Sheriff Jay Jones ... See MoreSee Less
Lee County Sheriff's Office Alabama
Many roadways in Lee County remain hazardous with surface ice. Bridges and overpasses still have icy sections along with roadways not exposed to direct sunlight ...
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