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Road conditions across the panhandle

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Amarillo, TX - Tuesday road conditions:
 
 
Many secondary roads have not yet been addressed and may not be passable at this time.
 
Clean up on these roads will occur on a priority basis. 
 
The following roadways are open and unrestricted:

*I-27
*I-40
*US-287
*US-385
*US-60
*US-54

Although these roads are open, the ice pack and snow drifts are still making for hazardous travel. 
 
Allow plenty of extra time when traveling, and give TxDOT plows room to work.
 
National Guard units from Lubbock and Childress are in Amarillo to assist DPS with helping motorists who still may be stranded on area roadway.
 
 
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