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February 4, 2014

Road conditions

MT. VERNON — The Jefferson County Emergency Management Agency is reporting most roadways are snow packed at this time.

According to information submitted by the agency to the Illinois EMA, Interstate 57 from the state line to Mt. Vernon is 100 percent snow and ice covered. From Mt. Vernon north to Effingham, Interstate 57 is 75 percent snow and ice covered.

Interstate 64, from Missouri to Indiana is 100 percent snow and ice covered.

State, county and city road crews are actively working on streets and highways at this time.

As of 4 p.m., Tri-County Electric Cooperative and Ameren Illinois was reporting there were no outages.

 

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