CHATTANOOGA (WRCB)-- Here's a look at your Sunday travel conditions.

Tennessee: For road conditions, dial 1-877-244-0065

Hamilton County: While main roads are improving, secondary roads still have some icy patches. Road crews advise drivers to travel only in the event of an emergency.

Robert's Mill Road and the W-Road are still closed.

Bradley County: Main roads in the county are clear for the most part, but could still have icy patches. Secondary roads might also have some slick spots.

Road crews do not advise travel.

Rhea County: Highways 27 and 30 are clear. Secondary roads are also clearing, but crews urge drivers to use caution.

Marion County: Roads are clear according to 911 dispatch.

Meigs County: Main roads are clear for the most part. Secondary roads are still icy and road crews advise drivers to use caution.

Bledsoe County: Main roads are clearing, with secondary roads seeing some icy patches. Dispatch says they've received a few phone-calls from drivers, who slid off the road. They advise drivers to travel with caution.

North Georgia: For road conditions, dial 1-888-635-8287

Catoosa County: Mains roads were reported to be in good condition. Secondary roads are now improving, but could still have icy patches. Road crews warn against travel.

Reed's Ridge, McFarland Gap and Lafayette Road are still closed.

Walker County: Main roads are clearing, but secondary roads still have icy patches. Drivers are warned against travel.

Whitfield County: Main roads in the county are clear for the most part. Secondary roads are improving, but still could have some icy spots. Drivers are asked to use extreme caution.

Dade County: State crews are still treating roads, but icy patches still remain. Highway 11 has improved and is clear for the most part. Secondary roads are still considered dangerous.

Crews advise drivers to stay indoors.

Murray County: Main roads continue to improve, with secondary roads still containing icy patches.

Fort Mountain is considered impassible.

Dispatch still heavily advises drivers stay off Highway 282 to Elijay, which was reported as a "solid sheet of ice". 

Alabama: For road conditions, dial 1-888-588-2848

Dekalb County: All roads are now open. Dispatch still advises drivers to use caution as secondary roads could still have icy patches.

North Carolina: For road conditions, dial 1-877-511-4662

Cherokee County: Main roads are clear, but secondary roads are very icy according to dispatch. They advise drivers to stay indoors.