ADA, OK -- Downtown Ada has seen a lot more traffic on the roads than in the past couple days.
Most of the major roads in town are clear of snow, but emergency management says several back roads are still slick, and you need to use caution.
They say the highways are mostly clear, but slick in some spots and drivers need to slow down -- especially when it's dark.
County roads are also slick and hazardous. Crews have plowed most of the snow off major intersections in town
Emergency management says the county received around 2 to 3 inches of snow on Friday.
Residents say they were glad the roads had cleared enough to get out of the house.
"The being active part is nice," said resident, Taylor Evans. "We just still have to be careful though because it's at this point that kinda gets more dangerous because right now people aren't really expecting the ice to still be there even though it's there."
Emergency management in Ada says most of the snow and ice should start to clear by Wednesday.