Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Louisville, KY
AWUS83 KLMK 202152
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
516 PM EDT MON MAY 20 2013 /416 PM CDT MON MAY 20 2013/
A high pressure ridge extended from the North Atlantic, through the
Mid Atlantic states, and into the lower Mississippi Valley. A
frontal boundary ran from the Dakotas, through Oklahoma, into west
Texas. A weak upper level disturbance was over western Virginia.
Isolated thunderstorms developed Sunday afternoon over parts of
central and south central Kentucky. The heaviest rainfall was
between Bowling Green and Scottsville, where rainfall amounts of an
inch and a half to just over two inches were reported. Around
Hodgenville, an inch and a quarter fell.
We had some severe thunderstorms in Larue and Garrard Counties
Sunday afternoon. Hodgenville had several reports of quarter to
golfball size hail. Quarter size hail also fell around Lancaster.
High temperatures Sunday were in the lower to mid 80s over most of
the area. Lows Monday morning were in the lower 60s, with some
cooler locations reporting mid and upper 50s. Readings at 3 PM
Monday were in the lower to mid 80s, under partly sunny skies.
Thunderstorms will move into southern Indiana late tonight, and the
rest of the area during the day Tuesday. Low temperatures tonight
will be in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Highs Tuesday will be in the