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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
424 PM EST SUN JAN 31 2016 /324 PM CST SUN JAN 31 2016/

Skies were partly cloudy overnight. Winds became a little lighter
but still stayed brisk. Low temperatures varied greatly. Some
locations dropped to the low 40s while others stayed in the 50s.

This afternoon was mostly cloudy in the west but mostly clear in the
east. Strong southwest winds pushed afternoon high temperatures into
record territory with reading in the mid to upper 60s. Winds gusted
above 30 MPH.

A cold front will begin to cross the region and bring widespread
showers tonight. You might also hear a few rumbles of thunder. After
the front passes, the rain will end and temperatures will fall. Lows
will range from the low 40s in the northwest to the mid 50s in the
southeast.

The front will finish its trip across Kentucky on Monday. Afternoon
highs will drop off from the readings of recent days but still stay
above normal with values in the low to mid 50s. Winds will also drop
off.

Another front is forecast to approach the area on Tuesday, bringing
another shot of rain.


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