Lexington-Fayette County accumulated 1 to 2 inches of snow and up to 0.5 inch of ice Wednesday, the National Weather Service said. Slush on roads was expected to freeze, and a high of 29 degrees and scattered snow showers were expected Thursday night.

Power outages: Kentucky Utilities, 1-800-981-0600; Blue Grass Energy Cooperative, 1-888-655-4243. Lexington shelter: Red Cross at Dunbar High School, 1600 Man o' War Blvd. Food available.

Regional shelters: Bluegrass Area Red Cross, (859) 253-1331; Georgetown: Garth Elementary School, 501 S. Hamilton St.; Nicholasville: City Park (the Blue Building), 402 Park Dr.; Winchester: Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 2410 Lexington Rd.

■ Woodford Co. Senior Citizens Center, (859) 873-7290; Emergency Management Center, (859) 873-3170;

■ Berea Church on the Rock, (859) 986-1899; Shannon Johnson Elementary School, 109 Oakwood Dr.

■ Richmond EKU Begley Building, (859) 623-1718 or (859) 623-0943;

■ Danville Bunny Davis Center, (859) 238-1233. Transportation: Provided by city of Lexington for the elderly or those with medical concerns; call LexCall, 311 or (859) 425-2255. Provided by Fayette County sheriff's office for emergency personnel to and from work, and for residents to shelters or to pick up medication; call (859) 252-1771.

Air travel: Check status of flights at Bluegrass Airport's Web site:

Debris: Lexington city crews will move through neighborhoods and cut up trees and limbs to clear the roads and stack wood on the curb for pickup at a later date.

Damaged electric service: Notify the utility company if the electric service connection or meter is damaged. Contact an electrician to repair the meter base or service connection. Repairs must be inspected by a state-certified inspector. Notify utility when the repairs are complete.

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