It's not going to be the Ice Storm of 2009.  Thankfully!  I am pretty sure we're all on the same page with thinking we cannot go through that again.  However, the National Weather Service is warning folks in the tristate that we could see some minor ice accumulations early this week.

National Weather Service

In addition to those minor ice accumulations, forecasters in the NWS Paducah office are also calling for bitter cold temperatures later in the week.  Here's a look at the complete Hazardous Weather Outlook.

Freezing rain Tuesday night into Wednesday may cause minor ice accumulations and may lead to some travel issues. Minor snow accumulations may also be possible Tuesday night through Thursday evening.

Wind Chills Thursday through Friday will be in the single digits and teens. Dangerous wind chills below zero will be possible next Saturday. Freezing rain Tuesday night into Wednesday may cause minor ice accumulations and may lead to some travel issues. Minor snow accumulations may also be possible Tuesday night through Thursday evening. Wind Chills Thursday through Friday will be in the single digits and teens. Dangerous wind chills below zero will be possible next Saturday.

By the way, while wind chills below zero are possible, it's going to be cold even without the wind as low temps are expected to flirt with single digits.  Okay, Brrrrrrr!

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