Water burst from a mine on the mountain above Lynch early Friday, sending a muddy torrent for about a mile down Main Street of the historic Harlan County coal town, according to city Clerk Erica Eldridge.
Temperatures on Monday and Tuesday will be in the 40s and will approach 50 degrees, WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey. "And then the middle and end of next week, we shoot into the 50s and maybe even in the low 60s for the first time in a long...
You can look up your street to find out what priority it gets in Lexington's snow and ice removal plan. The map is on the city's website.