MOSES LAKE, Wash. - The Grant County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday morning that road conditions are improving and crews are entering the "recovery phase" of Wednesday mornings winter weather emergency.
Overnight, deputies responded to more than 40 motorists stuck in snow on county roads. The areas most impacted where rural roads around Quincy, George, Moses Lake, Ephrata, Soap Lake, Wilson Creek, Mattawa and Wilson Creek. Traveling on east-to-west rural county roads should be avoided until plows can get to them.
Nobody was hurt during last night's winter emergency.
Deputies thanked local farmers for helping clear roads and cars.
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