Our focus now turns to the potential of record lows this morning. Many areas will finish with thermometers below zero.
Lexington is growing by leaps and bounds and many of the people moving to the area speak English as a second language.
This growth, is leading Lexington Police Department to make sure they can "protect and serve" even when there is a language barrier.
One of the departments bi-lingual personnel is Officer Duane Baillio; he's a Spanish translating officer.
Baillio feels that being able to communicate with someone in their native tongue makes building relationships and solving crimes easier when there is a language barrier.
The Lexington Police Department also has officers that speak French, German, Arabic, and several other languages.
The force is actively getting more officers certified to speak a second language.