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AWUS83 KLMK 072034
RWSLMK
INZ076>079-083-084-089>092-KYZ023>043-045>049-053>057-061>067-
070>078-081-082-072245-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
433 PM EDT TUE JUL 07 2015 /333 PM CDT TUE JUL 07 2015/

Skies were partly cloudy overnight. Low temperatures ranged from 71
degrees at Lexington to 76 degrees at Louisville International
Airport.

This afternoon skies were cloudy with areas of rain and a few
thunderstorms. Temperatures were in the upper 70s to the mid 80s
south.


A cold front from the northwest will move closer to the state over
the next day. Tonight expect cloudy skies with showers and
thunderstorms likely. A flash flood watch is in affect through
Wednesday. Low temperatures will be in the lower 70s. On Wednesday
showers and thunderstorms will be likely once again. High
temperatures  will reach into the mid 80s.


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000
AWUS83 KLMK 072034
RWSLMK
INZ076>079-083-084-089>092-KYZ023>043-045>049-053>057-061>067-
070>078-081-082-072245-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
433 PM EDT TUE JUL 07 2015 /333 PM CDT TUE JUL 07 2015/

Skies were partly cloudy overnight. Low temperatures ranged from 71
degrees at Lexington to 76 degrees at Louisville International
Airport.

This afternoon skies were cloudy with areas of rain and a few
thunderstorms. Temperatures were in the upper 70s to the mid 80s
south.


A cold front from the northwest will move closer to the state over
the next day. Tonight expect cloudy skies with showers and
thunderstorms likely. A flash flood watch is in affect through
Wednesday. Low temperatures will be in the lower 70s. On Wednesday
showers and thunderstorms will be likely once again. High
temperatures  will reach into the mid 80s.


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AWUS83 KPAH 071957
RWSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-080930-

WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
258 PM CDT TUE JUL 7 2015

TRAINING OF STORMS WITH HEAVY RAINFALL CAUSED EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
AMOUNTS IN SOME SPOTS EARLY THIS MORNING ESPECIALLY AROUND MCCRACKEN
COUNTY WHERE AS MUCH AS 3 TO 5 INCHES FELL. THE LINE OF SHOWERS AND
STORMS HAS SHIFTED OFF TO THE NORTH WITH THE HEAVIEST FALLING ALONG
A LINE FROM NORTHERN UNION COUNTY IN ILLINOIS EAST NORTHEAST INTO
SPENCER AND WARRICK COUNTIES IN INDIANA WHERE MANY PLACES HAVE SEEN
2 TO 3 INCHES WITH SOME SPOTS SEEING AS MUCH AS 5 INCHES. THE
FRONTAL BOUNDARY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS RAIN IS POSITIONED JUST TO OUR
NORTH WITH WIDESPREAD CLOUD COVER KEEPING TEMPERATURES DOWN TODAY
WITH 3PM TEMPERATURES ONLY IN THE MID 70S TO LOW 80S.

A NEARLY STATIONARY FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL CONTINUE TO CAUSE WAVES OF
PRECIPITATION TO MOVE OVER THE AREA WITH A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN
EFFECT FOR MORE HEAVY RAIN EXPECTED THROUGH TOMORROW. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL BE HELD IN CHECK IN THE LOW TO MID 80S THROUGH
THURSDAY. THE BOUNDARY WILL LIFT NORTH LATER THIS WEEK WITH HIGH
PRESSURE MOVING IN WITH DRY CONDITIONS FROM THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH
THE WEEKEND. HEAT AND HUMIDITY WILL BE ON THE INCREASE WITH HIGHS
INTO THE 90S WITH HEAT INDICES APPROACHING 100 DEGREES.

&&

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

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000
AWUS83 KPAH 071957
RWSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-080930-

WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
258 PM CDT TUE JUL 7 2015

TRAINING OF STORMS WITH HEAVY RAINFALL CAUSED EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
AMOUNTS IN SOME SPOTS EARLY THIS MORNING ESPECIALLY AROUND MCCRACKEN
COUNTY WHERE AS MUCH AS 3 TO 5 INCHES FELL. THE LINE OF SHOWERS AND
STORMS HAS SHIFTED OFF TO THE NORTH WITH THE HEAVIEST FALLING ALONG
A LINE FROM NORTHERN UNION COUNTY IN ILLINOIS EAST NORTHEAST INTO
SPENCER AND WARRICK COUNTIES IN INDIANA WHERE MANY PLACES HAVE SEEN
2 TO 3 INCHES WITH SOME SPOTS SEEING AS MUCH AS 5 INCHES. THE
FRONTAL BOUNDARY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS RAIN IS POSITIONED JUST TO OUR
NORTH WITH WIDESPREAD CLOUD COVER KEEPING TEMPERATURES DOWN TODAY
WITH 3PM TEMPERATURES ONLY IN THE MID 70S TO LOW 80S.

A NEARLY STATIONARY FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL CONTINUE TO CAUSE WAVES OF
PRECIPITATION TO MOVE OVER THE AREA WITH A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN
EFFECT FOR MORE HEAVY RAIN EXPECTED THROUGH TOMORROW. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL BE HELD IN CHECK IN THE LOW TO MID 80S THROUGH
THURSDAY. THE BOUNDARY WILL LIFT NORTH LATER THIS WEEK WITH HIGH
PRESSURE MOVING IN WITH DRY CONDITIONS FROM THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH
THE WEEKEND. HEAT AND HUMIDITY WILL BE ON THE INCREASE WITH HIGHS
INTO THE 90S WITH HEAT INDICES APPROACHING 100 DEGREES.

&&

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

$$



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AWUS83 KJKL 071903
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-081915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
303 PM EDT TUE JUL 7 2015

PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE ON TAP ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. A FEW VALLEY LOCATIONS NOTED DENSE FOG THIS MORNING
AS WELL WITH VISIBILITIES OF A HALF MILE OR LESS AT TIMES. 7 AM
TEMPERATURES THROUGHOUT EASTERN KENTUCKY WERE MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE
60S TO AROUND 70 DEGREES. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 60S. THE FOG DISSIPATED BY MID MORNING...LEAVING A
MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE RIGHT
AROUND 80 DEGREES.

SKIES BECAME CLOUDY ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS AFTERNOON. BY
MID AFTERNOON...A FEW SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POPPED UP AND
MOVED THROUGH THE CENTRAL AND NORTHERN COAL FIELDS. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY A QUARTER OF AN INCH OR LESS...ALTHOUGH A
COUPLE ISOLATED LOCATIONS PICKED UP A QUICK ONE INCH. MID
AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
80S...ALTHOUGH LOCATIONS THAT SAW RAINFALL WERE IN THE 70S.
TYPICAL HIGHS FOR EARLY JULY ARE IN THE MIDDLE 80S.

LOOK FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO CONTINUE THROUGH WEDNESDAY
AS A FRONTAL BOUNDARY MOVES INTO THE REGION AND LINGERS THROUGH
MID WEEK. THE SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL THEN RISE AND
FALL THROUGH THE REST OF THE WEEK DEPENDING ON HOW THE FRONTAL
BOUNDARY WAVERS OVER THE OHIO VALLEY. WHAT IS FOR SURE THOUGH...IS
THAT HEAT AND HUMIDITY WILL BE WITH EAST KENTUCKY THROUGH THE
WEEKEND AS TEMPERATURES PEAK IN THE 80S EACH DAY...AND FALLING
ONLY INTO THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 60S AT NIGHT MAKING FOR MUGGY
CONDITIONS.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...WAS THE END OF THE RECORD
BREAKING HEATWAVE OF 2012. THE 10 DAY STRETCH FROM JUNE 28TH
THROUGH JULY 7TH SAW MANY RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN...INCLUDING THE
ALL TIME HIGHS AT JACKSON AND LONDON. THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT
TOPPED OUT AT 105 DEGREES ON JUNE 29TH...AND THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE HIT 104 DEGREES THE SAME DAY. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON
DATE BACK TO 1981...AND WEATHER RECORDS FOR LONDON DATE BACK TO
1954.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 071903
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-081915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
303 PM EDT TUE JUL 7 2015

PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE ON TAP ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. A FEW VALLEY LOCATIONS NOTED DENSE FOG THIS MORNING
AS WELL WITH VISIBILITIES OF A HALF MILE OR LESS AT TIMES. 7 AM
TEMPERATURES THROUGHOUT EASTERN KENTUCKY WERE MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE
60S TO AROUND 70 DEGREES. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 60S. THE FOG DISSIPATED BY MID MORNING...LEAVING A
MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE RIGHT
AROUND 80 DEGREES.

SKIES BECAME CLOUDY ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS AFTERNOON. BY
MID AFTERNOON...A FEW SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POPPED UP AND
MOVED THROUGH THE CENTRAL AND NORTHERN COAL FIELDS. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY A QUARTER OF AN INCH OR LESS...ALTHOUGH A
COUPLE ISOLATED LOCATIONS PICKED UP A QUICK ONE INCH. MID
AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
80S...ALTHOUGH LOCATIONS THAT SAW RAINFALL WERE IN THE 70S.
TYPICAL HIGHS FOR EARLY JULY ARE IN THE MIDDLE 80S.

LOOK FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO CONTINUE THROUGH WEDNESDAY
AS A FRONTAL BOUNDARY MOVES INTO THE REGION AND LINGERS THROUGH
MID WEEK. THE SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL THEN RISE AND
FALL THROUGH THE REST OF THE WEEK DEPENDING ON HOW THE FRONTAL
BOUNDARY WAVERS OVER THE OHIO VALLEY. WHAT IS FOR SURE THOUGH...IS
THAT HEAT AND HUMIDITY WILL BE WITH EAST KENTUCKY THROUGH THE
WEEKEND AS TEMPERATURES PEAK IN THE 80S EACH DAY...AND FALLING
ONLY INTO THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 60S AT NIGHT MAKING FOR MUGGY
CONDITIONS.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...WAS THE END OF THE RECORD
BREAKING HEATWAVE OF 2012. THE 10 DAY STRETCH FROM JUNE 28TH
THROUGH JULY 7TH SAW MANY RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN...INCLUDING THE
ALL TIME HIGHS AT JACKSON AND LONDON. THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT
TOPPED OUT AT 105 DEGREES ON JUNE 29TH...AND THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE HIT 104 DEGREES THE SAME DAY. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON
DATE BACK TO 1981...AND WEATHER RECORDS FOR LONDON DATE BACK TO
1954.

$$

CARICO



000
AWUS83 KJKL 071903
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-081915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
303 PM EDT TUE JUL 7 2015

PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE ON TAP ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. A FEW VALLEY LOCATIONS NOTED DENSE FOG THIS MORNING
AS WELL WITH VISIBILITIES OF A HALF MILE OR LESS AT TIMES. 7 AM
TEMPERATURES THROUGHOUT EASTERN KENTUCKY WERE MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE
60S TO AROUND 70 DEGREES. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 60S. THE FOG DISSIPATED BY MID MORNING...LEAVING A
MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE RIGHT
AROUND 80 DEGREES.

SKIES BECAME CLOUDY ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS AFTERNOON. BY
MID AFTERNOON...A FEW SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS POPPED UP AND
MOVED THROUGH THE CENTRAL AND NORTHERN COAL FIELDS. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY A QUARTER OF AN INCH OR LESS...ALTHOUGH A
COUPLE ISOLATED LOCATIONS PICKED UP A QUICK ONE INCH. MID
AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
80S...ALTHOUGH LOCATIONS THAT SAW RAINFALL WERE IN THE 70S.
TYPICAL HIGHS FOR EARLY JULY ARE IN THE MIDDLE 80S.

LOOK FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO CONTINUE THROUGH WEDNESDAY
AS A FRONTAL BOUNDARY MOVES INTO THE REGION AND LINGERS THROUGH
MID WEEK. THE SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL THEN RISE AND
FALL THROUGH THE REST OF THE WEEK DEPENDING ON HOW THE FRONTAL
BOUNDARY WAVERS OVER THE OHIO VALLEY. WHAT IS FOR SURE THOUGH...IS
THAT HEAT AND HUMIDITY WILL BE WITH EAST KENTUCKY THROUGH THE
WEEKEND AS TEMPERATURES PEAK IN THE 80S EACH DAY...AND FALLING
ONLY INTO THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 60S AT NIGHT MAKING FOR MUGGY
CONDITIONS.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...WAS THE END OF THE RECORD
BREAKING HEATWAVE OF 2012. THE 10 DAY STRETCH FROM JUNE 28TH
THROUGH JULY 7TH SAW MANY RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN...INCLUDING THE
ALL TIME HIGHS AT JACKSON AND LONDON. THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT
TOPPED OUT AT 105 DEGREES ON JUNE 29TH...AND THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE HIT 104 DEGREES THE SAME DAY. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON
DATE BACK TO 1981...AND WEATHER RECORDS FOR LONDON DATE BACK TO
1954.

$$

CARICO



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