Weather

County,
Special Weather Statement issued January 23 at 11:30AM CST by NWS
Effective: 11:30 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015
Expires: 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

...SNOW MAY CAUSE SLICK SPOTS THROUGH THIS EVENING...
PATCHY LIGHT SNOW WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD THIS AFTERNOON AS A
LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM TRACKS ACROSS THE GULF COAST. WITH
TEMPERATURES A LITTLE ABOVE FREEZING...SOME RAIN MAY BE MIXED WITH
THE SNOW. THE PRECIPITATION WILL DEVELOP MAINLY ALONG AND
SOUTHEAST OF THE OHIO RIVER.
THERE MAY BE A PERIOD OF STEADIER AND HEAVIER SNOW ACROSS PARTS OF
WESTERN KENTUCKY...MAINLY SOUTHEAST OF A LINE FROM MAYFIELD TO
MADISONVILLE. GROUND TEMPERATURES ARE STILL RELATIVELY WARM...SO THE
BEST CHANCE OF SLICK SPOTS WILL BE ON ELEVATED SURFACES SUCH AS
BRIDGES AND OVERPASSES.
THE PRECIPITATION WILL END FROM WEST TO EAST THIS EVENING.THE
HIGHEST PROBABILITY FOR MINOR SNOW ACCUMULATIONS THIS EVENING WILL
BE SOUTH AND EAST OF A LINE FROM CENTRAL CITY TO MURRAY KENTUCKY...
WHERE AN INCH OR LESS IS EXPECTED.
IF YOU HAVE TRAVEL PLANS THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING...PAY
ATTENTION TO WEATHER AND ROAD CONDITIONS. DRIVE ACCORDING TO ROAD
AND WEATHER CONDITIONS.

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