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Temperatures fall to freezing; NWS issues warning

Black ice conditions developing

Temperatures have been fall through the night, and at 4:34amCT, this morning, the reading was 32 degrees F: Freezing. The national weather service has issue the following warning for counties including the Adair Co., KY area:
Cold temperatures ushering in early this morning may cause residual moisture on roadways to freeze...Creating slick spots around theregion. This will be especially true on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses.

With the large volume of motorists out this morning...Use extra caution while driving by slowing down and allowing extra space in between other vehicles.
To follow National Weather Service special warnings for this area, click to National Weather Service Watches, Warnings & Advisories

This story was posted on 2010-11-26 04:39:11
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