Jack LattaStaff Writer
October 29, 2012
Officials with the Floyd County School system are monitoring the impact of the current super-storm spinning into eastern Kentucky.
Current weather projections for Eastern Kentucky include everything from torrential rains to blizzards bringing four to eight inches of snow.
On Monday, Superintendent Henry Webb said that school officials have not made any decisions yet, but that they are staying in contact with the national weather service in Jackson to monitor the event.
“At this time we’re just monitoring the changing conditions,” said Webb. “We’re still hoping that it misses us.”
We will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.