Western Kentucky remains under a Wind Chill Advisory for just a little while longer and there were only a few weather-related problems overnight.
Some lingering issues with a busted water main has caused East 9th Street to ice over in a couple spots near Belmont Hill and there are almost certainly several homes and businesses in the area with frozen pipes.
Dispatchers in Todd County say there was a power outage in Guthrie and Allensville overnight that lasted about an hour. Pennyrile Electric responded got the lights turned back on as quickly as possible.
CDE Lightband in Clarksville says the Tylertown Road area and several other adjoining roads in the north part of that city have been without electricity and they are addressing the issues.
School is out Tuesday (Jan. 7) in Christian, Todd, Trigg, Muhlenberg, Hopkins, Caldwell, Montgomery and Stewart counties. Classes are also dismissed at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School.
The National Weather Service says the Wind Chill Advisory continues until 9 a.m., as the temperatures in the low single-digits will combine with a light wind to make it feel like five to 15 degrees below zero at time.
Anyone going outdoors should wear a hat and gloves to avoid frostbite. Tuesday morning's low was one below zero in Hopkinsville and Elkton and two degrees in Cadiz, according to the Mesonet site.
While it won't feel like a heat wave, the temperature should rise into the upper teens and possibly to 20 degrees Tuesday and should top the freezing mark Wednesday.