Black Ice Possible Overnight

Temperatures will continue to fall into the teens around midnight. This will lead to any leftover standing water, snow or slush freezing into ice and black ice. Secondary roads, bridges, overpasses and sidewalks will be most susceptible to icy spots.

If traveling overnight, slow down and be alert for icy spots. Allow extra time to reach your destination.

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  • by I, HEE HAW Location: Eastern Kentucky on Mar 8, 2008 at 09:48 AM
    The eastern Kentucky hospital emergency room systems have been overwhelmed this morning. People are coming in by the hundreds with frost bitten noses. Seems they thought the snow was oxycontin dust and started snorting it. Thats the price you pay trying to get a hillbilly high.
  • by james Location: magoffin on Mar 8, 2008 at 04:57 AM
    Come on snow! I just hooked up a new tank of propane...brewed a fresh cup of coffee, heated up a couple o donuts in the microwave..sat back down at this keyboard and gonna let it snow!
  • by baker Location: perry on Mar 7, 2008 at 07:59 PM
    hey where is the snow that was to be here oh no show again stayed home all day long waiting on snow didn't travel waiting on bad weather didn't show all day long duh.
  • by JIM Location: WOLF COUNTY on Mar 7, 2008 at 08:40 AM
    Again Kentucky economic problems must be bailed out by citizens that use tobacco products. Govenor Beshear has only been in office less then three months and already has choosen the easy way out. If every smoker in Kentucky would quit I guess the State government would go bankrupt! What about the loss revenue from border states that purchase Kentucky tobacco products? This will be lossed revenue. Why not hit the individuals who consume alcohol which really kill the innocent. Our goverment officals are no better then the British who tax tea which caused the Boston rebellion which lead up to the revolutionary War. In closing Govenor Beshear needs to work harder on goverment waste and keep his promise on no taxation on tobacco products.
  • by harold Location: london on Mar 7, 2008 at 08:15 AM
    watch morning news every .wymt part of familey


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