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Record-High Temps End with First Snow of the Year

By Lyndsey Summers
lsummers@mckenziebanner.com
Posted 1/4/22

The new year brought an end to December’s record-high temperatures. 2022 saw its first fall of snow Sunday, January 2.

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Record-High Temps End with First Snow of the Year

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The new year brought an end to December’s record-high temperatures. 2022 saw its first fall of snow Sunday, January 2.

Sunday’s snow flurries followed heavy thunderstorms and a tornado watch on New Year’s Day that resulted in storm damage in Hopkinsville and Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Snowfall occurred Sunday afternoon after a morning of rain and sleet. With flurries throughout the afternoon, local areas only accumulated, at most, an inch of snow. Most roads were not affected by the snow or ice.

Several weather forecasts predict temperatures to remain low this week, with highs in the forties and below until the weekend. More snow is anticipated Thursday, January 6.

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