cold weather

6:12 am
Mon January 5, 2015

Four Rivers Braces for Arctic Temperatures

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National Weather Service meteorologists say the Four Rivers region will see an extended period of arctic cold this week, with Tuesday the only day with above-freezing temperatures.  The NWS says the greatest concern will come late Tuesday night through early Thursday when a strong arctic high moves in from the plains states.  

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4:41 pm
Mon February 3, 2014

NWS Says Incoming Winter Weather is Difficult To Predict

Credit NWS Paducah

National Weather Service forecasters say their confidence in the approaching winter weather system isn't as high as they'd like regarding what type of precipitation is ahead tomorrow. 

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4:27 pm
Fri January 24, 2014

More Arctic Weather for Kentucky Next Week Causing Stress for Livestock Farmers

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Kentuckians should prepare for yet another round of Arctic-like weather early next week. That's the opinion of University of Kentucky Agricultural Meteorologist Matt Dixon. Dixon says, while the Commonwealth has already experienced a couple shots of frigid weather this winter, the longer term outlook appears to be chilly as well.

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Winter Weather
12:32 pm
Mon January 6, 2014

Area Warming Shelters Open, Tips for Combating the Arctic Cold

UPDATED: Mid-Day, Monday 

Over the week, temperatures in our region are expected to drop into the single digits, and possibly even lower. Listed below are resources available in our listening area to help combat against the harsh cold. Included are a list of local warming shelters, road condition links, tips for keeping pets warm as well as a survival kit checklist. 

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4:31 pm
Mon November 25, 2013

Winter Weather Causes KYTC To Prepare For Icy Road Conditions

 The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is watching the weather this evening to determine whether roads will need to be treated for ice.

KYTC District 1 spokesperson Keith Todd said freezing precipitation has been called for in the forecast, but crews will still need to wait and see if that merits treating the roads just yet.

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8:14 am
Wed December 19, 2012

IL Department Gives Weather Warning to Aging Adults

Illinois officials are reminding older adults to get ready for the approaching cold weather. The state’s Department on Aging says people should have their furnace checked to make sure it’s in good shape before colder temperatures roll in. They also advise older adults to set their thermostats above 65 degrees. Lowering the thermostat to reduce heating bills carries a risk for older adults, who are more susceptible to hypothermia.

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