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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
447 PM EST THU MAR 05 2015 /347 PM CST THU MAR 05 2015/

An intense winter storm moved across the region dumping snow
overnight. The heaviest snow was across the middle of the state
where between one and two feet were observed. Morning temperatures
ran from the teens in the north to the low 20s in the south.

The snow quickly ended after sunrise and by late afternoon skies
were partly cloudy. Afternoon highs were mainly in the low to mid
20s.

Tonight, the skies will clear and winds will become light. This will
make temperatures plunge to subzero readings. In areas with the
thickest snowpacks, readings will go into the negative double
digits. Not only will daily records will be broken but all-time
records for the month of March are in danger.

Friday will be sunny but cold. Afternoon highs will be in the low to
mid 20s where the snowpack is thinner, in the north and south, but
stay in the teens in the middle.

The weather for the weekend should be quiet with a gradual warming
trend.


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