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Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 2:32 AM CST Jan. 21, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Frigid temperatures this morning...

Wind chill values will bottom out between 5 below and 5 above zero
this morning. Some areas in southern Indiana and northern Kentucky
could see wind chill values slightly colder than 5 below zero.
Dress in layers. Cover any exposed skin if you plan to be outdoors
for any extended period of time. Wind chill values are forecast to
rise into the teens to 20s this afternoon.

Additionally, a few slick spots could be lingering on roadways.
Black ice is very difficult to detect. Use caution.


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332 am EST Mon Jan 21 2019 /232 am CST Mon Jan 21 2019/

... Frigid temperatures this morning...

Wind chill values will bottom out between 5 below and 5 above zero
this morning. Some areas in southern Indiana and northern Kentucky
could see wind chill values slightly colder than 5 below zero.
Dress in layers. Cover any exposed skin if you plan to be outdoors
for any extended period of time. Wind chill values are forecast to
rise into the teens to 20s this afternoon.

Additionally, a few slick spots could be lingering on roadways.
Black ice is very difficult to detect. Use caution.


Ebw


243 PM EST sun Jan 20 2019 /143 PM CST sun Jan 20 2019/

... Frigid temperatures and potentially slick roads tonight and
tomorrow morning...

Temperatures overnight are expected to reach their coldest values
of the season as Arctic air settles in from the north. Parts of
southern Indiana and northern Kentucky could see air temperatures
as low as zero degrees, while lows across central and southern
Kentucky will range from single digits to teens. Light winds that
persist through the night could drop wind chills below zero
degrees for a period of time. Be sure to dress appropriately if
you plan to be out for any extended period of time tonight or
tomorrow morning.

Additionally, any snow or ice that melted today will refreeze
overnight and potentially result in slick driving conditions.
This is especially true on untreated secondary roads. Black ice is
very difficult to detect, and drivers should use caution if
traveling overnight or tomorrow morning.


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