Generally 2-4 inces of snow could fall in some places through Thursday morning and everyone should see at least an inch.
It's all expected to start in the next few hours and people started getting ready for the winter weather early Tuesday
“Doing the little things in advance of the snow's arrival,” M.D. Farley said.
If forecasts hold, these crews will have to clear as much as a half a foot off the county's toughest roads.
“Of course there's no roads in Harlan County that are flat, they're all treacherous,” Farley said.
While the road crews are out cleaning up road conditions others are stocking up.
Stores are trying to keep up.
Road crews hope they'll be able to keep up with the snow . . As it falls.
“It's a minute by minute, hour by hour deal. We just make the call as we see it and try to get 'em cleared as best as we can,” Farley said.
Road crews say they haven't been able to pre-treat roads at all because of this light rain that's been falling all day.
They say when the snow starts falling, they'll be ready to go to work.
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