They are also predicting record or near-record lows for the entire region, including Trigg County, from Sunday night to Tuesday morning. NWS officials are predicting wind chills if at least -14 degrees Fahrenheit, with actual temperatures possibly only reaching the single digits. This would the lowest temperatures the region has seen in almost 20 years.
While some areas to the north are predicted to get as much as 10 inches of snow, Trigg County is only predicted to get 1 - 2 inches, 2 - 3 inches at the most. Officials also predicted roughly tenths of an inch of rain in Trigg County before it turns into snow, but emphasized that this is a "marginal guess."
People with pets are encouraged to keep them indoors during these low temperatures, and people with children are encouraged to bundled them up even more while they wait for their school buses.