Calhoun County Road Commission plow trucks were back out Tuesday morning, picking up where they left off after Monday's sleet and ice storm.

Some motorists may have struggled to leave their driveways or residential streets Tuesday morning, but found main routes and freeways mostly wet. Mother nature helped - with rising temperatures overnight to assist salt treatments.

But, still, those residential streets and driveways may have been the big challenge. Rob Grosteffon with Outdoor Landscape and Supply told WBCK he suspected folks with smaller cars might not have been able to navigate the neighborhood streets and side roads with the wet, heavy sleet that remained Tuesday morning. Rain showers forecast for the overnight hours did not materialize.

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