Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Louisville, KY
AWUS83 KLMK 132048
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
447 PM EDT THU MAR 13 2014 /347 PM CDT THU MAR 13 2014/
Cool high pressure was in place over the lower Ohio Valley. A warm
front was moving eastward into the middle and upper Mississippi
Wednesday`s high temperatures were in the mid 50s to around 60, and
occurred during the overnight hours. Readings fell through the day,
and went below the freezing mark during the early evening hours. Low
temperatures this morning ranged from the upper teens to the mid
20s. Under sunny skies, readings at 3 PM Thursday were in the mid
30s to around 40.
Precipitation amounts since Tuesday night and Wednesday morning were
generally under a quarter inch. Some locations around the Interstate
75 corridor had close to a half inch. Parts of south central Indiana
had a bit more, receiving just a little over half an inch.
We also had snow flurries over much of the area. There was a band of
measurable snow extending from near Jasper, Indiana to Irvington,
Kentucky. Locations in this band had up to an inch of snow.
Tonight will be mostly clear and not as cold, with lows in the lower
to mid 30s. Friday will be sunny and warm, with highs in the lower
to mid 60s.