LOCAL 8 WEATHER ALERT: Patches of black ice are possible, even on roads that have been cleared, because of refreezing. We have at least several inches of snow on the ground across East Tennessee. Some roads may be unplowed or untreated, make driving difficult with packed snow and ice.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- As driving conditions gradually improve Friday, Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) is beginning to run more routes. The transit service has switched from its Severe Conditions routes to regular Snow Routes, KAT spokesperson Sharon Monett said.
Only the following routes do not run during snow routes:
Rt. 10: Sequoyah
Rt. 16:Cedar Bluff Shopping Connector
Rt. 34: Burlington
Rt. 44: Gateway at Knoxville.
Monett warned some routes may be delayed.
He added KAT will send an update when it is safe for them to return to regular routes.
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