"There hasn't been anything major its been pretty normal operation as far as snow goes," Lair said.
Kevin Lair with the Lubbock Streets Department said there has not been too many issues since Mondays blizzard- but drivers may notice a few more potholes around town.
"We just started getting some calls in yesterday afternoon," Lair said. "But we actually shifted to that today to be in offensive mode. Our crews are actually driving the streets looking for those situations."
Lair said potholes are caused when water gets into cracks in the asphalt.
"It weakens it," Lair said. "You get the freeze thaw cycles and that weakens it down there."
A pothole can take anywhere from 15 minutes to a couple of hours to fix Lair said.
"Well in this type of situation when you have the moisture sometimes you have a throw and go when you've got to make it safe and then you will come back and try and spend a little more time. I think a lot of times a lot of people think that we drive all 3,000 miles of our streets everyday and we don't and we would like for them to call us when they see situations."
Lair said the Texas Department of Transportation is in
charge of issues on major highways like the
Luckily, he said we did not have any problems there.
"I think we are fortunate that we didn't have many days under 20 degrees we could have definitely had some more issues with our water lines," Lair said.