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Md. SHA Urges Drivers to Watch for Icy Conditions

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UNDATED- The Maryland State Highway Administration says it will keep a core team of crews in overnight to manage trouble spots and continue clean up along state routes following Monday's winter storm that passed through the region.

While crews have salted roads, the SHA said there is a high probability that drivers will encounter ice with the frigid temperatures expected. Motorists should use extreme caution.  For Tuesday morning, travelers should again plan ahead for potential delays due to icy conditions.

For information about conditions along your route, log on to CHART through roads.maryland.gov or consult www.MD511.org. Follow SHA on Twitter and Facebook.

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