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Weekend weather update

At 9amCT, the National Weather Service in Louisville issued a Special Weather Statement for an area including Adair, Casey, Cumberland, and Russell Couties about the chance for patchy freezing drizzle.

Light freezing drizzle and reduced visibilities to around 1 to 2 miles will continue to be possible through the morning hours. A light glaze is possible on untreated surfaces and slick spots may develop on roadways, overpasses, and bridges. Slow down and use caution when traveling.

In addition, the National Weather Serice issued a Winter Storm Watch at 2:52amCT because a major winter storm is expected to affect all of Central Kentucky Sunday night through Tuesday.

This winter storm will bring two waves of wintry precipitation to the region Sunday night through Tuesday. There could be significant accumulations of snow, sleet and possibly freezing rain. The heaviest precipitation is expected to occur Monday afternoon into Monday night.

Travel could be difficult to impossible at times, and power outages are possible due to snow and previous ice accumulations on trees and power lines.




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