Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
350 PM EST WED DEC 24 2014 /250 PM CST WED DEC 24 2014/

A cold front was moving eastward through the area on Wednesday.
Showers and areas of rain developed along and ahead of the front
overnight and during the day Wednesday. The heaviest rains were near
Lake Cumberland, in the Albany and Jamestown areas. Amounts in these
areas ranged from one to two inches.

High temperatures Tuesday were in the mid and upper 50s.
Temperatures fell off very little overnight. Readings around sunrise
were in the upper 40s to lower 50s. After reaching the mid 50s
during the morning hours, temperatures began to fall off behind the
cold front. Ahead of the front, readings were in the mid 50s to near
60, while temperatures fell into the lower to mid 40s behind the
front.

Rain, sometimes mixing with flurries, will last through the evening
hours. Low temperatures will fall into the mid 30s.

Christmas Day will begin with clouds, but cloud cover will decrease
with time. Afternoon high temperatures will reach the mid 40s.


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