The morning commute should be a little easier today, as area road crews have had another day to clean up the mess left by a winter strorm on Thursday. The snow fell at a rate not seen in a while, and the region ended up with about 6 inches of accumulation before it was all said and done.
Madison County Highway Superintendent Gary Stalhut says luckily, blowing and drifting is not expected to be a problem.
Alton Public Works Director Brad Cunningham says he felt his crews were prepared.
There were numerous instances of cars off the roadway throughout the Metro East on Thursday, and major delays on the St. Louis side after MoDOT got caught a little behind the storm, adding hours to some morning commutes.