- Associated Press - Friday, February 20, 2015

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Forecasters say another blast of wintry weather is expected overnight in Kentucky after several areas set record low temperatures Friday morning.

The National Weather Service in Louisville says lows in central Kentucky ranged mostly between -5 and -25, but Richmond recorded the lowest temperature of -32.

Another system is expected to begin dropping a wintry mix on much of the state Friday evening.

Forecasters say areas of the state will get snow, sleet and freezing rain through Saturday. Northern areas of the state may get up to 4 inches of snow, eastern areas are expected to get up to 6 inches and southern areas are expected to get around 2 inches. Forecasters are also calling for ice accumulations of up to a quarter-inch and heavy rain in southern areas as temperatures rise.

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