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AWUS83 KLMK 171953
RWSLMK
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
353 PM EDT THU APR 17 2014 /253 PM CDT THU APR 17 2014/

A high pressure ridge extended from New England, through the Mid
Atlantic region, into the Florida Panhandle. A cold front extended
from Illinois, through Oklahoma, into west Texas.

High temperatures on Wednesday were in the lower to mid 50s under
sunny skies. Wednesday night was not so cool, but there was still
some patchy frost. Under mostly clear skies, overnight lows were in
the mid 30s to around 40. Readings at 2 PM Thursday were in the mid
60s under sunny skies.

Tonight will be partly cloudy with lows from near 40 to the mid 40s.
Friday will be partly to mostly cloudy, with highs in the mid to
upper 60s.


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AWUS83 KLMK 162034
RWSLMK
INZ076>079-083-084-089>092-KYZ023>043-045>049-053>057-061>067-
070>078-081-082-162245-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
432 PM EDT WED APR 16 2014 /332 PM CDT WED APR 16 2014/

Skies were mostly clear overnight with many areas having a hard
freeze. Low temperatures ranged from 31 degrees at Louisville
International Airport to 24 degrees at Frankfort.

This afternoon under sunny skies temperatures ranged from the lower
50 degrees south to around 50 north.

High pressure will be the main weather feature for the next few
days. Tonight under partly cloudy skies frost will again be
possible. Low temperatures will fall back into the low to mid 30s.
On Thursday expect mostly sunny skies with afternoon temperatures
from the upper 60s south to the mid 60s north. At this time the next
chance of rain looks to be Friday.


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AWUS83 KLMK 152044
RWSLMK
INZ076>079-083-084-089>092-KYZ023>043-045>049-053>057-061>067-
070>078-081-082-152245-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
444 PM EDT TUE APR 15 2014 /344 PM CDT TUE APR 15 2014/

A strong, late season, cold front crossed the area Monday night and
during the day Tuesday. It brought a wintry mix of precipitation.
Parts of southern Indiana, and the Bluegrass region of Kentucky,
reported measurable snowfall. Up to an inch of snow fell over these
areas, but had melted by Tuesday afternoon.

High temperatures on Monday ranged from the mid 60s to the mid 70s,
but these occurred very early in the day. Overnight, we fell into
the lower to mid 30s in the wake of the cold front. Temperatures at
4 PM Tuesday were in the lower to mid 40s under partly sunny skies.

Tonight will be mostly clear and unseasonably cold, with lows in the
mid to upper 20s. Wednesday will be sunny and not as cold, with
highs in the mid 50s to around 60.


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