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Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 11:00 AM EST Jan. 20, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Snow showers through early afternoon...

Look for snow showers to continue off and on into early afternoon.
Additional snow accumulation of up to a half an inch will be
possible from these, mainly in the higher terrain of eastern
Kentucky. With temperatures down in the teens and lower 20s
expect slick spots and hazardous conditions on untreated roads to
persist through tonight. Temperatures will drop quickly after dark
tonight with wind chill values down near zero degrees at times
after being in the single digits for much of the day. The snow
showers will taper off to flurries and end from west to east later
this afternoon and early this evening.


Dj/greif

1100 am EST sun Jan 20 2019

... Snow showers through early afternoon...

Look for snow showers to continue off and on into early afternoon.
Additional snow accumulation of up to a half an inch will be
possible from these, mainly in the higher terrain of eastern
Kentucky. With temperatures down in the teens and lower 20s
expect slick spots and hazardous conditions on untreated roads to
persist through tonight. Temperatures will drop quickly after dark
tonight with wind chill values down near zero degrees at times
after being in the single digits for much of the day. The snow
showers will taper off to flurries and end from west to east later
this afternoon and early this evening.


Dj/greif


742 am EST sun Jan 20 2019

... Icy roads and cold temperatures today and tonight...

With wet roads now frozen and snow covered, expect slick and
hazardous conditions to persist today and tonight. Temperatures
will continue to drop and wind chill values will be in the single
digits today and tonight. A few instances of a snow shower is
still possible throughout the morning hours, which will reduce
visibility and keep roads snow covered before tapering off this
afternoon.


Shallenberger

742 am EST sun Jan 20 2019

... Icy roads and cold temperatures today and tonight...

With wet roads now frozen and snow covered, expect slick and
hazardous conditions to persist today and tonight. Temperatures
will continue to drop and wind chill values will be in the single
digits today and tonight. A few instances of a snow shower is
still possible throughout the morning hours, which will reduce
visibility and keep roads snow covered before tapering off this
afternoon.


Shallenberger


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