KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION CABINET CREWS REPORT ON DISTRICT 1 ROAD CLOSURES
KY Highway Water Over Road Report for District 1
Updates at 9:10 a.m., CST, for numerous counties
PADUCAH, Ky. (March 3, 2023) – Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) crews across the 12 District 1 counties are making rounds this morning placing signage to alert motorists to water over the roadway.
At this time, we have a limited list of specific locations. However, with widespread heavy rainfall during the overnight hours and bands of heavy rain continuing through the day it is likely water will be an issue at additional locations that have not been reported. Water is rising at some locations and dropping in others.
NOTE: Crews are reporting a number of small trees down that have been uprooted due to wind and soft soil from the rain. In most cases, the crews are pushing the trees out of the roadway and will wait until later to cut them up for removal. Motorists should be on high alert for downed trees through the day as winds pick up.
U.S. 62 has Water Over Road Signs posted at the 1 to 2mm at Lovelaceville with one-lane traffic alternating flow controlled by flaggers - KYTC personnel on site
KY 80 West is closed at 2.8mm in Arlington just west of U.S. 51 - Signs Posted
KY 307 is 0PEN near the 7mm between KY 121 and U.S. 62
U.S. 62 is CLOSED at the 4 to 6mm in West Fork Creek Bottoms just West of the KY 121 4-Way Stop with barricades posted - KYTC personnel on site monitoring
KY 94 is closed at the 7 to 11mm in the Lower Bottom "Dip" Area between KY 311 and KY 1099 - Signs Posted
KY 94 has Water Over Road signs posted at the 23-26mm in Willingham Bottom between KY 1907 and KY 1125
KY 1907 has Water Over Road signs posted between KY 94 and KY 781 (All)
The City of Fulton reports Lake Street is flooded in the downtown area
KY 307 is closed at the 13 to 14mm - Signs Posted
KY 58 is closed at the 7 to 8mm - Signs Posted
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