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Fog is a factor in the Coburg, Green River Lake area

Take care in commutes today.

A report from the store in Coburg, KY is that fog is still a factor out that way, and around the Green River Lake Area. Motorists should allow a little more time for commutes between Columbia and Campbellsville, KY, Melissa Moore, owner of A & M Trading Post restaurant in Coburg, KY says. No news yet on construction activity on the Heartland Parkway project. The National Weather service report today confirms the Fog warning, and Larry Smith is reporting is reporting Near Zero in some areas this morning on The Big Dawg radio station, FM 99.9. Larry urges being especially careful while school buses are on the road this moring.




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