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AWUS83 KLMK 122055

355 PM EST FRI FEB 12 2016 /255 PM CST FRI FEB 12 2016/

An upper level disturbance and a low pressure trough at the surface
combined to bring us another quick round of snow this morning. South
central Kentucky had amounts of 1 to 2 inches. North and east
central Kentucky had only a tenth or two of accumulation, or just a
dusting. South central Indiana remained dry, or had just a dusting
of snow.

High temperatures Thursday were mostly in the 30s. A few spots in
the Bluegrass region did not make it out of the mid or upper 20s.
Barren River Lake was the warm spot, reaching a high of 40 degrees.
Low temperatures overnight were in the lower to mid 20s. Readings at
2 PM Friday were in the lower to mid 30s under cloudy skies.

A quick moving cold front could bring us another round of snow
showers or flurries through this evening, followed by decreasing
cloud cover. Overnight lows will range from the single digits above
zero to the mid teens. Saturday will be mostly sunny but very cold,
with highs only reaching the upper teens to mid 20s.

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