Eyes on Ion: Up to the minute coverage of the winter storm

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Jan. 6, 2014, 9 a.m. — Main roads have some slick spots and are wet. Just before 9 a.m., the road from Campbell County High School headed east up the valley had more slick spots due to a burst of snowfall. Temperatures are currently hovering around 15 degrees but wil continue to drop throughout the day. The lingering snow flurries should taper off after lunch time.

Temperatures will not rise above freezing until sometime on Wednesday, with lows tonight expected to be -15 degrees because of the wind chill.

Jan. 5, 2014, 3:56 p.m. — Campbell County Schools will be closed on Monday, Jan. 6, and Tuesday, Jan. 7, because of impending snow and frigid weather as part of winter storm Ion moves through our area.

Jan. 5, 2014, 2:55 p.m. — Temperatures outside may currently be near 50 degrees, but it is deceptively warm considering the forecast. The National Weather Service is calling for temperatures to drop into the single digits and rain to turn to snow sometime between 7 and 9 p.m. Sunday night and continue for several hours. Accumulation could reach 1 to 3 inches.

The temperature overnight is set to hover near zero, with windchills dipping as low as -10 to -14 degrees. The commute to work in the morning could be extra frosty with the temperature expected to be 2 degrees.

For more information on preparing your home and family for the weather, see the National Weather Service's winter weather safety guides.

This story will be updated with road conditions, school closing and other pertinent information as the storm moves in. Check back often.