County officials are concentrating on area bridges after winter weather coated Conway and surrounding communities Monday morning.

Early morning snow turned into rain as temperatures rose, and many roads are in good shape, according to County road foreman Glen Willhite.

"What we are doing right now is checking all the bridges," Willhite said. "We may be getting some more snow, and our main concern is getting everything ready for when school buses leave this afternoon and when drivers go home this evening."

Willhite said that the main roads have been monitored by state officials and everything seems to be in good shape. Some of the shaded and hilly areas are getting attention now, as well as many of the bridges.

"Some of the concrete bridges held their snow this morning," he said. "So getting the sand out there is important. We are just making sure everything is clear and ready for later on today and tonight."