A forecast of one to three inches of snow did not materialize last night or this morning for most of the southern Pennyrile region, though motorists should still allow a little extra time and use appropriate caution this morning as some roads have become iced over.
Schools are on a two-hour delay in Christian and Montgomery counties and are closed in Todd, Caldwell, Hopkins and Muhlenberg counties. Heritage Christian Academy, Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School, Madisonville Community College and the Murray State Madisonville campus are also on a two-hour delay.
Much of our immediate area, including the city of Hopkinsville, got a dusting of snow and the amounts are higher the farther north you go.
At least four vehicles have slid off the pavement on Herndon-Oak Grove Road this morning, with a deputy describing that roadway as a “sheet of ice.”
A woman sustained minor injuries in a weather-related accident just east of the Trigg County line on Newstead Road.
Whatever snow is out there will melt quickly today as the National Weather Service expects the temperature to climb into the mid-40’s.