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AWUS83 KPAH 280912
RWSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-282115-

WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
312 AM CST Wed Jan 28 2015

It was mostly clear early this morning with temperatures in the
mid 20s to lower 30s. Winds were mainly calm.

Other than a weak weather system bringing a slight chance of rain
to areas east of the Mississippi River tonight, dry weather is
forecast through Saturday with high pressure in control. A more
significant weather system will bring precipitation to the region
Saturday night into Sunday. It should be mainly rain, though a
little snow cannot be ruled out mainly north and west of the Ohio
River.

&&

FOR A MORE DETAILED METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION, REFER TO THE AREA
FORECAST DISCUSSION PRODUCT (PIL SDFAFDPAH).

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AWUS83 KPAH 271926
RWSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-281000-

WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
126 PM CST Tue Jan 27 2015

Variable cloudy skies prevailed across much of the Quad State area
Tuesday, with light snow flurries reported in portions of
southwest Indiana and the Kentucky Pennyrile area during the
morning commute. Morning lows ranged from the upper 20s along the
Interstate 64 corridor to the low 40s elsewhere. Due to mostly
cloudy to overcast skies many communities, aside from portions of
southeast Missouri, mid afternoon highs were only able to climb
into low to mid 40s with temperatures nearing 50 degrees in the
Poplar Bluff, Missouri area.

High pressure will work into the area through the overnight hours
and into Wednesday. Another fast developing system will filter in
behind that with a cold front taking shape as it moves overhead
Wednesday night into Thursday. This will usher in a slight chance
of precipitation but with very little accumulation and cooler
temperatures expected Thursday. Surface high pressure will
settle over the region Friday.

&&

For a more detailed meteorological discussion, refer to the Area
Forecast Discussion product (SDFAFDPAH).

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AWUS83 KJKL 271906
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-281915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
206 PM EST TUE JAN 27 2015

LIGHT SNOW FELL ACROSS THE REGION DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS...HOWEVER SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE NOT SIGNIFICANT. TEMPERATURES
HAVE BEEN VERY STEADY OVER THE PAST 24 HOURS AND AT SUNRISE READINGS
WERE SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE 20S. LIGHT SNOW AND FLURRIES ENDED IN
MOST LOCATIONS BY MID MORNING AND A FEW RAYS OF SUN HIT THE BLUEGRASS
AROUND NOONTIME.

A MIXTURE OF CLOUDS AND SUN WERE PRESENT DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS
AS TEMPERATURES ROSE INTO THE LOW 30S. CLOUDS WILL BE ON THE
DECREASE AS WE HEAD INTO THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT HOURS. THIS WILL
SET THE STAGE FOR A VERY CHILLY WEDNESDAY MORNING. TEMPERATURES ARE
EXPECTED TO DROP INTO THE LOW AND MID TEENS WEDNESDAY MORNING BUT
SHOULD REBOUND BACK INTO THE MID 30S WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO BUILD INTO THE REGION ALLOWING FOR A
DRY PERIOD OF ABOUT 36 HOURS. OUR NEXT FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL PUSH
PRECIPITATION INTO THE AREA LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT...WITH A GOOD
CHANCE FOR RAIN OR SNOW TO LINGER INTO THURSDAY. THE PRECIPITATION
WILL BEGIN AS SNOW WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND CHANGE OVER TO RAIN DURING THE
DAY THURSDAY. WEDNESDAY MORNING LOOKS TO BE THE COLDEST DAY THIS WEEK
AS TEMPERATURES REMAIN AT OR JUST BELOW NORMAL FOR THE REMAINDER OF
THE WEEK.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2002...THE LAST WEEK OF JANUARY
WENT INTO THE RECORD BOOKS AS ONE OF THE WARMEST EVER. FROM THE 28TH
THROUGH THE 31ST...4 CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGHS WERE SET AT JACKSON.
THE NEW RECORDS WERE 72...73...71...AND 78 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. FOUR
NEW MAXIMUM LOW TEMPERATURES WERE ALSO RECORDED ON THOSE DAYS. MORNING
LOWS WERE 45...58...59...AND 58 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. FROM THE 29TH
THROUGH THE 31ST...LONDON ALSO RECORDED THREE NEW DAYTIME HIGHS AND
MAXIMUM LOW TEMPERATURE RECORDS. THE TEMPERATURE ROSE TO
71...72...AND 74 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. THE MERCURY ONLY SETTLED TO
57...55...AND 50 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. CLIMATE REPORTS FOR JACKSON
AND LONDON DATE BACK TO 1981 AND 1954 RESPECTIVELY.

&&

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN JACKSON KENTUCKY
PLANS TO DISCONTINUE THIS PRODUCT FEBRUARY 6TH 2015. IF YOU HAVE ANY
COMMENT ON THE DISCONTINUANCE OF THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY PLEASE
CONTACT METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE SHAWN HARLEY AT SHAWN.HARLEY@NOAA.GOV
OR AT 606-666-2560 EXTENSION 642.

$$

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AWUS83 KJKL 271906
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-281915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
206 PM EST TUE JAN 27 2015

LIGHT SNOW FELL ACROSS THE REGION DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS...HOWEVER SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE NOT SIGNIFICANT. TEMPERATURES
HAVE BEEN VERY STEADY OVER THE PAST 24 HOURS AND AT SUNRISE READINGS
WERE SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE 20S. LIGHT SNOW AND FLURRIES ENDED IN
MOST LOCATIONS BY MID MORNING AND A FEW RAYS OF SUN HIT THE BLUEGRASS
AROUND NOONTIME.

A MIXTURE OF CLOUDS AND SUN WERE PRESENT DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS
AS TEMPERATURES ROSE INTO THE LOW 30S. CLOUDS WILL BE ON THE
DECREASE AS WE HEAD INTO THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT HOURS. THIS WILL
SET THE STAGE FOR A VERY CHILLY WEDNESDAY MORNING. TEMPERATURES ARE
EXPECTED TO DROP INTO THE LOW AND MID TEENS WEDNESDAY MORNING BUT
SHOULD REBOUND BACK INTO THE MID 30S WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO BUILD INTO THE REGION ALLOWING FOR A
DRY PERIOD OF ABOUT 36 HOURS. OUR NEXT FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL PUSH
PRECIPITATION INTO THE AREA LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT...WITH A GOOD
CHANCE FOR RAIN OR SNOW TO LINGER INTO THURSDAY. THE PRECIPITATION
WILL BEGIN AS SNOW WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND CHANGE OVER TO RAIN DURING THE
DAY THURSDAY. WEDNESDAY MORNING LOOKS TO BE THE COLDEST DAY THIS WEEK
AS TEMPERATURES REMAIN AT OR JUST BELOW NORMAL FOR THE REMAINDER OF
THE WEEK.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2002...THE LAST WEEK OF JANUARY
WENT INTO THE RECORD BOOKS AS ONE OF THE WARMEST EVER. FROM THE 28TH
THROUGH THE 31ST...4 CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGHS WERE SET AT JACKSON.
THE NEW RECORDS WERE 72...73...71...AND 78 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. FOUR
NEW MAXIMUM LOW TEMPERATURES WERE ALSO RECORDED ON THOSE DAYS. MORNING
LOWS WERE 45...58...59...AND 58 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. FROM THE 29TH
THROUGH THE 31ST...LONDON ALSO RECORDED THREE NEW DAYTIME HIGHS AND
MAXIMUM LOW TEMPERATURE RECORDS. THE TEMPERATURE ROSE TO
71...72...AND 74 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. THE MERCURY ONLY SETTLED TO
57...55...AND 50 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. CLIMATE REPORTS FOR JACKSON
AND LONDON DATE BACK TO 1981 AND 1954 RESPECTIVELY.

&&

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN JACKSON KENTUCKY
PLANS TO DISCONTINUE THIS PRODUCT FEBRUARY 6TH 2015. IF YOU HAVE ANY
COMMENT ON THE DISCONTINUANCE OF THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY PLEASE
CONTACT METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE SHAWN HARLEY AT SHAWN.HARLEY@NOAA.GOV
OR AT 606-666-2560 EXTENSION 642.

$$

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