The flood waters are beginning to slowly recede across most of Eastern Kentucky and the snow showers are coming to an end. Roads will remain slick tonight as temperatures drop below zero. Drier weather moves into the area tomorrow and looks to stay with us for several days. . Keep it locked to WYMT for updates.
It's only the end of October but some counties in Kentucky are already seeing their first signs of snow.
Clack Mountain in Rowan county got its first dusting this evening. Mailboxes, trees and cars were covered with a thin layer of the white stuff.
Folks in the area say they are not ready for old man winter just yet. "It's not even Halloween yet! This is just way too soon" explains Danielle Dotson.
Temperatures were in the mid to low thirties in some parts of the region.
The first official day of winter is not until December 22nd-- many are hoping the snow holds off until then.