Iowa Dot Road Conditions
December 12, 2010 by USA Post
Iowa Dot Road Conditions, Although the weather had deteriorated in the areas north and west, and many local activities in the evening had been canceled, the weather situation in the Cedar Valley has remained generally calm in the midst of the post- noon light snow and slush conditions essentially.
However, many organizations have been busy responding to minor accidents related to weather and told drivers to stay away from roads unless necessary. Blizzard warnings remained in effect for the area as temperatures should drop and the snow and wind to pick up later in the day.
It was a contrast in northwestern Iowa where the Iowa Department of Transportation snowplows were removed from the roads due to blizzard conditions.
In 14 hours Saturday, the teams of the national highway and local authorities and public security in northeast Iowa have reported conditions mainly slushy and snow.
Organisms County law enforcement in northeast Iowa reported roads slushy dragged a few cars in the ditch if motorists are not left on the part of the roadway.
The Waterloo Police Department reported 11 accidents related to weather gripping 11:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Iowa Department of Transportation road crews based in Waterloo were mainly reports of roads wet with some slush spots and were the chemical surface treatment of roads. Ames Iowa DOT officials reported Interstate 380 has been partially or completely covered with black between Waterloo and Cedar Rapids.
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