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NZUS99 KPAH 052009
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-061000-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
209 PM CST THU MAR 5 2015

ARCTIC COLD HOLDS INTO FRIDAY WITH LOWS TONIGHT PLUMMETING TOWARD
THE ZERO MARK AS HIGH PRESSURE SETTLES OVER THE TENNESSEE VALLEY.
TEMPERATURES REMAIN BELOW 32 DEGREES UNTIL THIS WEEKEND, WHEN A
GRADUAL MODERATING TREND BEGINS AND CONTINUES INTO AND THROUGH THE
FIRST PART OF THE NEXT WORK WEEK. WE SHOULD SEE 40S THIS
WEEKEND, 50S MONDAY AND TUESDAY, AND COULD FLIRT WITH 60 DEGREES
BY NEXT WEDNESDAY.

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NZUS99 KPAH 051002
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-052200-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
402 AM CST THU MAR 5 2015

HEAVY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS RANGING FROM NEAR 4 INCHES ACROSS THE
NORTH TO OVER A FOOT OF SNOW ACROSS PARTS OF THE SOUTH...NAMELY
THE PENNYRILE REGION OF WESTERN KENTUCKY...HAVE OCCURRED THROUGH
THESE EARLY MORNING HOURS. THIS HAS RESULTED IN IMPASSABLE ROADS
FOR MUCH OF THE REGION. TEMPERATURES WILL HOVER IN THE TEENS AND
20S TODAY AS PRECIPITATION WINDS DOWN THIS MORNING. SUNSHINE MAY
ACTUALLY RETURN BY AFTERNOON. ARCTIC COLD HOLDS INTO FRIDAY WITH
LOWS TONIGHT PLUMMETING TOWARD THE ZERO MARK AS HIGH PRESSURE
SETTLES OVERTOP THE TENNESSEE VALLEY. TEMPERATURES REMAIN BELOW 32
DEGREES UNTIL THIS WEEKEND...WHEN A GRADUAL MODERATING TREND
BEGINS AND CONTINUES INTO AND THROUGH THE FIRST PART OF THE NEXT
WORK WEEK. WE SHOULD SEE 40S THIS WEEKEND...50S MONDAY AND
TUESDAY...AND COULD FLIRT WITH 60 DEGREES BY NEXT WEDNESDAY.

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000
NZUS99 KPAH 051002
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-052200-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
402 AM CST THU MAR 5 2015

HEAVY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS RANGING FROM NEAR 4 INCHES ACROSS THE
NORTH TO OVER A FOOT OF SNOW ACROSS PARTS OF THE SOUTH...NAMELY
THE PENNYRILE REGION OF WESTERN KENTUCKY...HAVE OCCURRED THROUGH
THESE EARLY MORNING HOURS. THIS HAS RESULTED IN IMPASSABLE ROADS
FOR MUCH OF THE REGION. TEMPERATURES WILL HOVER IN THE TEENS AND
20S TODAY AS PRECIPITATION WINDS DOWN THIS MORNING. SUNSHINE MAY
ACTUALLY RETURN BY AFTERNOON. ARCTIC COLD HOLDS INTO FRIDAY WITH
LOWS TONIGHT PLUMMETING TOWARD THE ZERO MARK AS HIGH PRESSURE
SETTLES OVERTOP THE TENNESSEE VALLEY. TEMPERATURES REMAIN BELOW 32
DEGREES UNTIL THIS WEEKEND...WHEN A GRADUAL MODERATING TREND
BEGINS AND CONTINUES INTO AND THROUGH THE FIRST PART OF THE NEXT
WORK WEEK. WE SHOULD SEE 40S THIS WEEKEND...50S MONDAY AND
TUESDAY...AND COULD FLIRT WITH 60 DEGREES BY NEXT WEDNESDAY.

$$





000
NZUS99 KPAH 042202
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-051015-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
402 PM CST WED MAR 4 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WINTER WEATHER CONTINUES ACROSS THE QUAD STATE
REGION...

BY LATE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...THE TRANSITION TO ALL SNOW ACROSS
THE REGION WAS IN THE OFFING. REPORTS OF FREEZING RAIN AND SLEET
WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THE AFTERNOON ACROSS PARTS
OF WEST KENTUCKY...BEFORE CHANGING TO SNOW TONIGHT.

ACCUMULATION OF UP TO FIVE INCHES OF SNOW HAVE ALREADY OCCURRED
OVER PARTS OF SOUTHWEST ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.

ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATIONS OF SNOW WILL INCREASE DRAMATICALLY FOR
THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS OVER THE QUAD STATE
REGION WITH SNOWFALL AMOUNTS RANGING FROM TWO TO SIX INCHES NEAR
THE INTERSTATE 64 CORRIDOR IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS AND SOUTHWEST
INDIANA TO SIX TO EIGHT INCHES OVER WEST KENTUCKY AND ADJACENT
PARTS OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI AND EXTREME SOUTHERN ILLINOIS. LOCALLY
HIGHER AMOUNTS NEAR TEN INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE IN EASTERN
SECTIONS OF THE PENNYRILE OF WEST KENTUCKY.

THE SNOW WILL RAPIDLY COME TO AN END BY DAYBREAK ON
THURSDAY...WITH SCATTERED FLURRIES EXPECTED OFF AND ON THROUGH OUT
THE DAY.

TEMPERATURES WITH THE NEW SNOW COVER WILL ALLOW TEMPERATURES TO
FALL INTO THE TEENS TONIGHT...20S ON THURSDAY AND READINGS IN THE
SINGLE DIGITS FRIDAY MORNING.

UNLIKE THE PREVIOUS SNOW EVENT...TEMPERATURES SHOULD RISE ABOVE
THE FREEZING MARK BY SATURDAY...WITH TEMPERATURES EXPECTED TO
REACH NEAR NORMAL LEVELS EARLY NEXT WEEK. NORMAL HIGHS IN EARLY
MARCH ARE IN THE UPPER 50S. DRY WEATHER SHOULD BE THE RULE AFTER
THIS WINTER STORM LEAVES THE QUAD STATE REGION.

$$





000
NZUS99 KPAH 042202
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-051015-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
402 PM CST WED MAR 4 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WINTER WEATHER CONTINUES ACROSS THE QUAD STATE
REGION...

BY LATE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...THE TRANSITION TO ALL SNOW ACROSS
THE REGION WAS IN THE OFFING. REPORTS OF FREEZING RAIN AND SLEET
WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THE AFTERNOON ACROSS PARTS
OF WEST KENTUCKY...BEFORE CHANGING TO SNOW TONIGHT.

ACCUMULATION OF UP TO FIVE INCHES OF SNOW HAVE ALREADY OCCURRED
OVER PARTS OF SOUTHWEST ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.

ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATIONS OF SNOW WILL INCREASE DRAMATICALLY FOR
THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS OVER THE QUAD STATE
REGION WITH SNOWFALL AMOUNTS RANGING FROM TWO TO SIX INCHES NEAR
THE INTERSTATE 64 CORRIDOR IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS AND SOUTHWEST
INDIANA TO SIX TO EIGHT INCHES OVER WEST KENTUCKY AND ADJACENT
PARTS OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI AND EXTREME SOUTHERN ILLINOIS. LOCALLY
HIGHER AMOUNTS NEAR TEN INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE IN EASTERN
SECTIONS OF THE PENNYRILE OF WEST KENTUCKY.

THE SNOW WILL RAPIDLY COME TO AN END BY DAYBREAK ON
THURSDAY...WITH SCATTERED FLURRIES EXPECTED OFF AND ON THROUGH OUT
THE DAY.

TEMPERATURES WITH THE NEW SNOW COVER WILL ALLOW TEMPERATURES TO
FALL INTO THE TEENS TONIGHT...20S ON THURSDAY AND READINGS IN THE
SINGLE DIGITS FRIDAY MORNING.

UNLIKE THE PREVIOUS SNOW EVENT...TEMPERATURES SHOULD RISE ABOVE
THE FREEZING MARK BY SATURDAY...WITH TEMPERATURES EXPECTED TO
REACH NEAR NORMAL LEVELS EARLY NEXT WEEK. NORMAL HIGHS IN EARLY
MARCH ARE IN THE UPPER 50S. DRY WEATHER SHOULD BE THE RULE AFTER
THIS WINTER STORM LEAVES THE QUAD STATE REGION.

$$





000
NZUS99 KPAH 040859
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-042130-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
259 AM CST WED MAR 4 2015

INGREDIENTS FOR A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM EVENT CONTINUE TO COME
TOGETHER FOR LATER TODAY AND TONIGHT. FIRST...LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN
MAY PRODUCE SOME FLOODING...AS SNOWS MELT AND ONE TO TWO INCHES
OF RAIN FALLS ON TOP OF WETTED GROUNDS. THIS MAY BE MOST
PRONOUNCED OVER WESTERN KENTUCKY...WHERE A FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN
EFFECT UNTIL MIDDAY. AS RAIN CHANGES TO SLEET...THEN SNOW...OVER
THE COURSE OF THE DAY AND NIGHT...ANTICIPATE HEAVY SLEET AND SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS THROUGH TONIGHT AS A WINTER STORM WARNING IS IN
EFFECT FOR THE ENTIRE QUAD STATE. SHARPLY COLDER AIR THEN COMES
IN ON THE BACKSIDE OF THIS DEPARTING SYSTEM...RESULTING IN SINGLE
DIGIT LOWS BY FRIDAY MORNING AS WE BEGIN A DRY BUT COLD PERIOD.
TEMPERATURES WON`T SEE 32 DEGREES AGAIN UNTIL THE WEEKEND...BUT
MODERATING TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK...WITH
A CLIMB INTO THE 50S...MORE NORMAL FOR EARLY MARCH...ANTICIPATED
BY TUESDAY.

$$





000
NZUS99 KPAH 032145
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-040945-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
345 PM CST TUE MAR 3 2015

...HEAVY RAINFALL TONIGHT THROUGH EARLY WEDNESDAY MAY LEAD TO
FLOODING ISSUES...
...SIGNIFICANT EARLY MARCH WINTER STORM EXPECTED WEDNESDAY...

INGREDIENTS FOR A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM EVENT ARE COMING
TOGETHER ON WEDNESDAY TO PRODUCE A WINTRY MIX OF PRECIPITATION...ENDING
WITH MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOWFALL ACCUMULATION AND SHARPLY COLDER
TEMPERATURES OVER THE QUAD STATE REGION.

BEFORE THIS WINTRY WEATHER EVER ARRIVES...RESIDENTS ACROSS THE
REGION WILL BE DEALING LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN OVERNIGHT AND INTO
WEDNESDAY MORNING...ESPECIALLY OVER PARTS OF THE MISSOURI
BOOTHEEL AND WEST KENTUCKY.

IN FACT...A FLOOD WATCH HAS BEEN POSTED FOR MOST OF WEST
KENTUCKY...EXCEPT UNION AND HENDERSON COUNTIES...AND FOR NEW
MADRID AND MISSISSIPPI COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. THREE TO
THREE AND HALF INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE
FLOOD WATCH AREA. FLOODING MAY BE POSSIBLE IN LOW LYING AREAS.

BY DAYBREAK ON WEDNESDAY MORNING...A COLD FRONT WILL HAVE MOVED
THROUGH THE QUAD STATE REGION. COLD AIR FILTERING IN BEHIND THIS
SHARP COLD FRONT WILL SHARPLY DROP TEMPERATURES AT THE SURFACE AND
ALOFT...CHANGING THE PRECIPITATION QUICKLY FROM RAIN TO FREEZING
RAIN...SLEET...THEN SNOW THROUGHOUT THE DAY ON WEDNESDAY. THIS
WINTRY MIX WILL PERSIST INTO WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THE COMBINATION OF
A THIN LAYER OF FREEZING RAIN...MORE SLEET...FOLLOWED BY
SIGNIFICANT SNOW WILL MAKE FOR TREACHEROUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.
TRAVEL IS NOT RECOMMENDED.

THE WINTRY WEATHER SHOULD MOVE OUT OF THE AREA QUICKLY BY THURSDAY
MORNING...BUT TEMPERATURES WILL STRUGGLE TO RISE INTO THE MIDDLE
20S THURSDAY...WITH RECORD LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS THURSDAY NIGHT.

DRIER AND GRADUALLY WARMER WEATHER WILL THEN BE IN STORE FOR THE
WEEKEND.

$$





000
NZUS99 KPAH 032145
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-040945-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
345 PM CST TUE MAR 3 2015

...HEAVY RAINFALL TONIGHT THROUGH EARLY WEDNESDAY MAY LEAD TO
FLOODING ISSUES...
...SIGNIFICANT EARLY MARCH WINTER STORM EXPECTED WEDNESDAY...

INGREDIENTS FOR A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM EVENT ARE COMING
TOGETHER ON WEDNESDAY TO PRODUCE A WINTRY MIX OF PRECIPITATION...ENDING
WITH MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOWFALL ACCUMULATION AND SHARPLY COLDER
TEMPERATURES OVER THE QUAD STATE REGION.

BEFORE THIS WINTRY WEATHER EVER ARRIVES...RESIDENTS ACROSS THE
REGION WILL BE DEALING LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN OVERNIGHT AND INTO
WEDNESDAY MORNING...ESPECIALLY OVER PARTS OF THE MISSOURI
BOOTHEEL AND WEST KENTUCKY.

IN FACT...A FLOOD WATCH HAS BEEN POSTED FOR MOST OF WEST
KENTUCKY...EXCEPT UNION AND HENDERSON COUNTIES...AND FOR NEW
MADRID AND MISSISSIPPI COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. THREE TO
THREE AND HALF INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE
FLOOD WATCH AREA. FLOODING MAY BE POSSIBLE IN LOW LYING AREAS.

BY DAYBREAK ON WEDNESDAY MORNING...A COLD FRONT WILL HAVE MOVED
THROUGH THE QUAD STATE REGION. COLD AIR FILTERING IN BEHIND THIS
SHARP COLD FRONT WILL SHARPLY DROP TEMPERATURES AT THE SURFACE AND
ALOFT...CHANGING THE PRECIPITATION QUICKLY FROM RAIN TO FREEZING
RAIN...SLEET...THEN SNOW THROUGHOUT THE DAY ON WEDNESDAY. THIS
WINTRY MIX WILL PERSIST INTO WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THE COMBINATION OF
A THIN LAYER OF FREEZING RAIN...MORE SLEET...FOLLOWED BY
SIGNIFICANT SNOW WILL MAKE FOR TREACHEROUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.
TRAVEL IS NOT RECOMMENDED.

THE WINTRY WEATHER SHOULD MOVE OUT OF THE AREA QUICKLY BY THURSDAY
MORNING...BUT TEMPERATURES WILL STRUGGLE TO RISE INTO THE MIDDLE
20S THURSDAY...WITH RECORD LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS THURSDAY NIGHT.

DRIER AND GRADUALLY WARMER WEATHER WILL THEN BE IN STORE FOR THE
WEEKEND.

$$





000
NZUS99 KPAH 030906
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-032200-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
306 AM CST TUE MAR 3 2015

A POWERFUL WINTER STORM CONTINUES TO TAKE SHAPE AND LOOKS LIKE IT
WILL BE BRINGING ACCUMULATING SNOWS TO THE QUAD STATE. BUT FIRST
WILL COME THE RAIN...WITH WIDESPREAD 1 TO 2 INCH RAINS AND WARMING
AIR TEMPERATURES TODAY AND TONIGHT MELTING SNOW COVER AND PERHAPS
LEADING TO SOME FLOODING ISSUES. A FLOOD WATCH HAS BEEN POSTED FOR
WESTERN KENTUCKY TONIGHT THROUGH MIDDAY WEDNESDAY. THAT`S WHEN ALL
THE RAIN CHANGES TO SNOW AND QUICKLY...WITH WIDESPREAD SIGNIFICANT
ACCUMULATIONS LOOKING INCREASINGLY LIKELY. SIX INCHES OR MORE NOW
LOOK TO BE A PRETTY GOOD BET ALONG AND SOUTH OF THE OHIO RIVER AS
RAIN CHANGES TO SNOW WEDNESDAY AND CONTINUES WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THIS
MAY INCLUDE AS MUCH AS A HALF INCH TO INCH OF SLEET DURING THE
CHANGEOVER FROM RAIN TO SNOW. A WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN
EFFECT FOR OUR AREA WITH WARNINGS STARTING TO SHOW UP FURTHER
SOUTH. AFTER ALL THIS IS DONE THURSDAY...BITTERLY COLD ARCTIC AIR
WILL SETTLE IN AND TEMPERATURES LIKELY WILL NOT RISE TO OR ABOVE
THE FREEZING MARK AGAIN FOR MOST OF US UNTIL THIS WEEKEND.

$$





000
NZUS99 KPAH 030906
SYNPAH
ILZ082-085-INZ086-KYZ006-016-019-MOZ087-108-110-032200-

WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
306 AM CST TUE MAR 3 2015

A POWERFUL WINTER STORM CONTINUES TO TAKE SHAPE AND LOOKS LIKE IT
WILL BE BRINGING ACCUMULATING SNOWS TO THE QUAD STATE. BUT FIRST
WILL COME THE RAIN...WITH WIDESPREAD 1 TO 2 INCH RAINS AND WARMING
AIR TEMPERATURES TODAY AND TONIGHT MELTING SNOW COVER AND PERHAPS
LEADING TO SOME FLOODING ISSUES. A FLOOD WATCH HAS BEEN POSTED FOR
WESTERN KENTUCKY TONIGHT THROUGH MIDDAY WEDNESDAY. THAT`S WHEN ALL
THE RAIN CHANGES TO SNOW AND QUICKLY...WITH WIDESPREAD SIGNIFICANT
ACCUMULATIONS LOOKING INCREASINGLY LIKELY. SIX INCHES OR MORE NOW
LOOK TO BE A PRETTY GOOD BET ALONG AND SOUTH OF THE OHIO RIVER AS
RAIN CHANGES TO SNOW WEDNESDAY AND CONTINUES WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THIS
MAY INCLUDE AS MUCH AS A HALF INCH TO INCH OF SLEET DURING THE
CHANGEOVER FROM RAIN TO SNOW. A WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN
EFFECT FOR OUR AREA WITH WARNINGS STARTING TO SHOW UP FURTHER
SOUTH. AFTER ALL THIS IS DONE THURSDAY...BITTERLY COLD ARCTIC AIR
WILL SETTLE IN AND TEMPERATURES LIKELY WILL NOT RISE TO OR ABOVE
THE FREEZING MARK AGAIN FOR MOST OF US UNTIL THIS WEEKEND.

$$





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