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Thu January 15, 2009
By Angela Hatton
Murray, KY – Kentuckians may have been unhappy with the cold this morning, but National Weather Service officials say it's not as bad as it could be. Temperatures in Western Kentucky hovered around zero overnight. National Weather Service Meteorologist Kelly Hooper says January is usually the coldest month for our area and residents should expect the weather to flirt with the lower digits for the next few weeks.
"This is not abnormal, it's not record setting, or even near it. So we still got another week or two to go in January."
Hooper says the only out of character occurrence of this time of year is the absence of snow.