WYMT Severe Weather Alert Day | Low temperatures will drop near 0 degrees for many spots Wednesday night.

Our Severe Weather Alert Day will continue for one more evening this week as bitterly cold temperatures are expected across the mountains tonight.


The Kentucky Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet and the Division of Water say the advisory effects all 9,500 customers on the city's water system.


"The University of Kentucky will decide what the future of the program will be," said Fletcher. "It is supported by many private donors and can and should continue without added state budget funds. It will have to find additional donors or reduce the number of scholarships in order to continue." she wrote.



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