TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Sunday brought a blast of winter weather across Northeast Kansas. Here’s how leaders are handling conditions in your area.
Officials with the city of Topeka said road crews have been on shift since 7:00 a.m. and will plan to have the night shift team start at 7:00 p.m.
City spokeswoman Molly Hadfield said bridges were pre-treated and they are monitoring the forecast for any changes.
You can use this map to see when your neighborhood streets will be cleared and treated in Topeka.
This map is the K-DOT interactive map to show highway conditions.
Click here to see a variety of live highway cameras from K-DOT.
Dozens of schools are closed or delayed for Monday, December 16. Click here for a full list.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said they have worked a number of weather-related accidents on Sunday.
Sheriff Tim Morse said the roads are “treacherous” and is asking people to only travel if it’s absolutely necessary.