CHATTANOOGA (WRCB)—Here's your travel conditions for Wednesday, January 12, 2011.

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

Athens - Main roads are clear, but the secondary roads are icy in patches.

Bledsoe - All roads are iced over, especially in the secondary roads.  Hwy 127 going into Pikeville has lots of icy spots.  Old Spencer Road from Griffith Road to Cleveland Avenue is closed.

Bradley - Main roads are clear, but do have icy spots.  Ramps and intersections are tricky. Secondary roads are barely passable.

Grundy - Snowing and roads covered.  Salt trucks are out.

Hamilton - The W Road, Roberts Mill Road, Ochs Highway are closed.  Montlake Road now open.

Marion - Most of the main roads are in pretty good shape with icy patches. Salt trucks are out.

McMinn -Main roads ok, but side and city streets still icy.

Meigs - Main roads are clear, but secondary roads are icy and some are stil snow covered.

Polk - State highways are good but other roads have black ice. Main roads goods, some icy spots. Secondary roads still icy. 

Rhea - Some icy spots on secondary roads.  Evensville and Dayton Mountains reports of icy patches.  Crews are on the way to clear these areas.

Sequatchie - All main roads are clear.  The secondary roads are extremely icy.

Soddy Daisy - Black ice conditions on all roads. Some secondary roads still not driveable.

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

Catoosa - Black ice conditions

Chattooga - All roads passable with some icy patches

Dade - State highways are solid sheets of ice.  County roads are clear.  Some icy patches may remain. State department is having issues with equipment problems and a shortage of resources.

Murray - County roads are fair.  Hwy 282 closed.

Walker - Main roads clear, may have icy spots. Secondary roads icy.

Whitfield - Main roads are clear. Crews working on side roads. Dug Gap Battle Road closed.

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

DeKalb County: All lanes on I-59 are clear from the DeKalb / Etowah County line to the Georgia State line. 

Bridges at MM 205,MM 218 and MM 224 are relative free of ice,but there may be some isolated spots.

Caution is urged at the bridges and travel at recommended speeds.

Roadways have been graded and deicing proceedures are being performed by ALDOT, but due to extreme cold temperatures tonight, any residual moisture on the roadways will refreeze especially on bridges and hills.

Extreme caution is advised,drive slower and be aware of these areas.

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

Interstates and most primary roads are clear, but motorists need to be on the lookout for possible icy spots, especially on bridges and overpasses.

Many secondary roads remain hazardous.

Any snow or ice that melts over the next few days is expected to refreeze overnight, causing seemingly clear roads to be covered by a dangerous layer of nearly invisible black ice.

Stay with for updates.