(Park Hills) Are local towns prepared for the extreme cold weather, along with the possibility of snow or ice?
Regional Radio got a hold of Park Hills City Administrator Zach Franklin.
He says they have been thinking about the problems that could arise with nighttime temperatures expected to be in the single digits for a few nights in a row.
To a lesser extent, there’s still a chance for some accumulating snow or ice.
We asked Franklin what Park Hills street crews are doing and will be doing.
Temperatures will not start rebounding until Wednesday when high temperatures will hover around the freezing mark of 32 degrees.
Next Thursday, the high temperature is predicted to be in the mid 30s.