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More snow on the way

If Pike County residents didn’t get enough of the snow Friday, there may be a little more headed this way.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Scott Unger said the Troy area is forecast for around a half-inch of snow early Monday morning.

“You guys are going to get nothing like you did Friday,” Unger said.

But, around midnight Monday, Pike County is forecast for rain, which is anticipated to turn to snow between 4 and 5 a.m.

Unger said the snow will not last long, but cold temperatures are expected to stay behind.

Local EMA employee Jeanna Barnes said Pike County is under a winter weather advisory from 11 p.m. Sunday till noon Monday.

Barnes reported measuring 7-inches of snow in downtown Troy Friday.