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Special Statement:

Issued at: 4:40 am EDT on September 15, 2014, expires at: 10:00 AM EDT on September 15, 2014
  • ...Areas of dense valley fog early this morning... Areas of dense valley fog will be seen across eastern Kentucky through daybreak. Visibilities will be sharply reduced to a quarter of a mile or less at times...especially in low lying areas and near bodies of water. The fog will lift and burn off by 10 am. Be sure to slow down and use your low beams when driving through fog as visibility could drop sharply in a short distance. Ray/kas/geogerian 1121 PM EDT sun Sep 14 2014 ...Locally dense valley fog expected through daybreak... Locally dense fog will continue to develop and impact valley locations through daybreak. Visibilities will be sharply reduced to a quarter of a mile or less at times...especially near rivers... creeks...and other bodies of water. Most fog will lift and burn off between 8 and 10 am. Be sure to slow down and use your low beams when driving through fog as visibility could drop sharply with little or no warning.


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