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432 PM EDT WED MAR 25 2015 /332 PM CDT WED MAR 25 2015/

A warm front swept through the area from south to north during the
overnight hours. A couple of cold fronts were lining up over the
Northern and Central Plains, ready to move in our direction.

We had some rain and showers cross the area Tuesday evening and
through the overnight hours. Most of the rain was to the north of
the Western Kentucky and Bluegrass Parkways. The heaviest rains fell
north of the Ohio River, where rainfall amounts ranged from around a
tenth to a third of an inch. We had a few peeks at the sun during
the day Wednesday, but skies were cloudy for the most part.

High temperatures Tuesday ranged from the upper 40s north of the
warm frontal boundary, to the lower 70s south. Daily low
temperatures occurred Tuesday evening over many locations, with
temperatures rising as we approached sunrise. Minimum temperatures
were mainly in the mid 40s to around 50. But some locations near the
Tennessee line bottomed out near the 60 degree mark. Temperatures at
4 PM Wednesday were in the lower to mid 70s, under partly to
mostly sunny skies.

We can look for showers and possibly a thunderstorm tonight through
Thursday. Low temperatures tonight will range from near 50 to the
mid 50s. Highs on Thursday will be in the lower to mid 50s early in
the day, and then fall in the wake of the cold front.

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