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AWUS83 KPAH 252041
RWSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-261000-

WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
340 PM CST Tue Nov 25 2014

Another cool late autumn afternoon has resulted in maximum
afternoon temperatures in the 40s, after a cold start in the 20s
early this morning.

A fast moving system will be racing toward us tonight, making its
way thru us on Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, and departing
Wednesday evening. It will bring light precipitation mainly in the
form of rain. However, a few snowflakes may mix in on the front or
back edge of the system as it enters and departs the region. But
since overall precipitation amounts will be light, any travel
impacts should be inconsequential.

Daily highs and lows in the 40s and 20s, rule for the bulk of the
remainder of the week, with a nice warmup and more rain chances
coming for the weekend.

&&

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

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AWUS83 KJKL 251910
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-261915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
210 PM EST TUE NOV 25 2014

UNDER CLEAR SKIES...CHILLY CONDITIONS RETURNED TO EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES MOSTLY VARIED FROM THE UPPER 20S TO
THE MIDDLE 30S. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE NOVEMBER ARE IN THE MIDDLE 30S.
ABUNDANT MORNING SUNSHINE WARMED THE MERCURY UP NICELY...WITH
LUNCHTIME TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM THE MIDDLE 40S TO THE LOWER 50S.

MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS THIS AFTERNOON.
MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE NEARLY SEASONABLE WITH READINGS IN
THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 50S. HIGHS TYPICALLY FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 50S.

LOOK FOR CONDITIONS TO CHANGE OVERNIGHT AS AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE
MOVES UP THE EASTERN SEABOARD. COLDER AIR WILL FILTER INTO THE REGION
WEDNESDAY AS THE LOW MOVES PAST...BRINGING A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW
TO THE AREA. THERE COULD EVEN BE SOME LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS IN THE
HIGHER TERRAIN ALONG THE VIRGINIA BORDER BY TOMORROW MORNING. HIGHS
ON WEDNESDAY WILL LIKELY ONLY MAKE IT INTO THE 30S IN THE COUNTIES
ALONG THE VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA BORDERS.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1950 A MASSIVE WINTER STORM
WREAKED HAVOC IN PORTIONS OF THE EASTERN UNITED STATES. SOME
LOCATIONS ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS PICKED UP 20
INCHES OF SNOW...WHILE HEAVY RAIN OF MORE THAN 5 INCHES FELL IN SOME
PLACES ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE APPALACHIANS. LOCALLY IN EASTERN
KENTUCKY...MANCHESTER REPORTED A STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL OF 13
INCHES...WHILE FLEMINGSBURG RECEIVED 10 INCHES...AND PAINTSVILLE 8
INCHES. UNSEASONABLY COLD AIR ACCOMPANIED THE WEATHER SYSTEM...WITH
MANCHESTER HAVING A LOW OF 3 DEGREES AND A HIGH OF ONLY 17 DEGREES
ON THIS DATE.

$$

CARICO





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AWUS83 KJKL 251910
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-261915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
210 PM EST TUE NOV 25 2014

UNDER CLEAR SKIES...CHILLY CONDITIONS RETURNED TO EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES MOSTLY VARIED FROM THE UPPER 20S TO
THE MIDDLE 30S. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE NOVEMBER ARE IN THE MIDDLE 30S.
ABUNDANT MORNING SUNSHINE WARMED THE MERCURY UP NICELY...WITH
LUNCHTIME TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM THE MIDDLE 40S TO THE LOWER 50S.

MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS THIS AFTERNOON.
MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE NEARLY SEASONABLE WITH READINGS IN
THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 50S. HIGHS TYPICALLY FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 50S.

LOOK FOR CONDITIONS TO CHANGE OVERNIGHT AS AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE
MOVES UP THE EASTERN SEABOARD. COLDER AIR WILL FILTER INTO THE REGION
WEDNESDAY AS THE LOW MOVES PAST...BRINGING A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW
TO THE AREA. THERE COULD EVEN BE SOME LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS IN THE
HIGHER TERRAIN ALONG THE VIRGINIA BORDER BY TOMORROW MORNING. HIGHS
ON WEDNESDAY WILL LIKELY ONLY MAKE IT INTO THE 30S IN THE COUNTIES
ALONG THE VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA BORDERS.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1950 A MASSIVE WINTER STORM
WREAKED HAVOC IN PORTIONS OF THE EASTERN UNITED STATES. SOME
LOCATIONS ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS PICKED UP 20
INCHES OF SNOW...WHILE HEAVY RAIN OF MORE THAN 5 INCHES FELL IN SOME
PLACES ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE APPALACHIANS. LOCALLY IN EASTERN
KENTUCKY...MANCHESTER REPORTED A STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL OF 13
INCHES...WHILE FLEMINGSBURG RECEIVED 10 INCHES...AND PAINTSVILLE 8
INCHES. UNSEASONABLY COLD AIR ACCOMPANIED THE WEATHER SYSTEM...WITH
MANCHESTER HAVING A LOW OF 3 DEGREES AND A HIGH OF ONLY 17 DEGREES
ON THIS DATE.

$$

CARICO




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