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AWUS83 KLMK 252059

359 PM EST SUN JAN 25 2015 /259 PM CST SUN JAN 25 2015/

Skies became cloudy overnight from north to south ahead of a weak
winter storm moving toward our area. Lows ran from the mid 20s in
the south and east to the mid 30s in the north. Up to 2 inches of
snow still lay on the ground in central Kentucky which also dropped
temperatures lower.

This afternoon was cloudy as rain moved into the area. Afternoon
highs were mostly in the mid to upper 40s with southerly breezes.

Tonight will see more rain. A cold front will cross late after
midnight causing winds swing around from the northwest and become
gusty. Temperatures will fall rapidly and the light rain will switch
over to light snow before it ends. Southern Indiana stands the best
chance for any accumulation. Lows will run from the mid 20s in the
northwest to around freezing in the southeast. The quick freeze
could cause some icy spots for the Monday morning commute.

Monday will be cloudy with scattered flurries. Highs will only make
it into the low to mid 30s. Another weak disturbance should bring
more flurries Monday night into Tuesday.

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