Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
418 PM EST SUN MAR 01 2015 /318 PM CST SUN MAR 01 2015/

A winter storm moved across central Indiana and brought heavy snow
overnight. In our area in southern Indiana, snow was held to an inch
or two. Along the Ohio River and in northern Kentucky the
precipitation was a winter mix. In any case, amounts were very
light, less than a tenth of an inch of liquid. Morning lows ran from
the mid 20s in the north to the mid 30s in the south.

During this afternoon, temperature rose above freezing changing the
precipitation to rain everywhere. Remnants of the snowpack continued
to melt. Highs ran from the mid 30s in the north to the mid 40s in
the south.

Tonight, a cold front will cross the area but only light drizzle is
expected. Temperatures will fall below freezing so some minor icing
is possible in the south. Lows will run from the low 20s in the
north to the low 30s in the south.

Monday will partly cloudy with highs spanning from the mid 30s in
the north to the mid 40s in the south.

An active weather pattern is foreseen Tuesday and Wednesday with a
brief warm up and plenty of rain.


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