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Roads remain icy in some parts during blustery conditions

SkyCAM view of Paragould Wednesday morning. (Source: KAIT) SkyCAM view of Paragould Wednesday morning. (Source: KAIT)
Road conditions in NEA Wednesday morning. (Source: idrivearkansas.com) Road conditions in NEA Wednesday morning. (Source: idrivearkansas.com)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

Road conditions around Region 8 are improving, but caution must still be used if residents have to get out on them Wednesday.

In northeast Arkansas, some main road have been cleared in Poinsett and Mississippi County according to idrivearkansas.com. But several roads have ice or ice patches remaining.

Police in Jonesboro tell Region 8 News the haven't worked many accidents overnight into Wednesday. Use caution though if you are trying to make it to main roads from side streets.

Paragould police urge drivers to also watch out for black ice. They state highways inside the city are clear for the most part, but to stay in the inside lane on 4-way highways for the best lane of travel.

Be careful during your morning commute as some roads may appear to be clear, but are covered with black ice. Click on this story to find out what you should have in your vehicle during these icy conditions in case of an emergency.

Improvements are also being seen in southeast Missouri where most highways are partly covered with wintry precipitation, according to MoDOT.

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