UPDATE: People waking up to ice, power outages Sunday morning
BE CAREFUL as you head out Sunday morning.
8:00 AM Update:
Many residents in Harrison are waking up without power Sunday morning.
EPB tells Channel 3 the power outage is due to a downed pole caused most likely due to weather.
One resident tells Channel 3 they've been without power since 11:30 Saturday night.
EPB said they have a crew on scene working to restore power.
They hope to have it fixed by lunchtime Sunday.
Police on Signal Mountain report significant amounts of ice on James Boulevard near the Country Club.
The public works department has been notified.
Police urge drivers to use caution as areas are very slick.
With temperatures hovering around freezing and strong winds, be careful as you head out this morning.
Some parking lots, sidewalks and secondary roads could be slick.
There is also a chance for black ice.
13000 block of OLD DAYTON PIKE: Reports of trees and wires down
100 block of HIGHWATER ROAD: Reports of trees and wires down
Reports of trees and wires down are starting to roll in. The ground is very saturated.
As of 5:45 AM-
MARTIN ROAD: Wires down, crews are on scene
HOT WATER ROAD: Tree down, crews are on scene
NEVER drive over downed power lines or through standing water.
Flooding is causing problems on some roads in Hamilton County.
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office said they have had reports of flooding on the following roads:
- 7600 block of Middle Valley Road
- 13700 block of Lillard Road
- 7600 block of Banther Road (TEMPORARILY CLOSED)
- 10500 block of Hixson Pike
- 2900 block of Igou Ferry Road
Drivers are reminded to be cautious when driving in these areas and any other areas where there is standing water.