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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
357 PM EST FRI JAN 23 2015 /257 PM CST FRI JAN 23 2015/

Skies became cloudy overnight in the south, partly cloudy in the
north. Low temperatures around sunrise ran from the upper 20s to the
mid 30s. Some light mixed precipitation were reported in the extreme
south.

A winter storm was moving south of Kentucky this afternoon, granting
a mixture of light snow, sleet, and rain. Ground temperatures were
too warm for any significant accumulation. Afternoon highs were
mainly in the were mid to upper 30s.

Tonight will another round of winter precipitation before it
diminishes and ends after midnight. Accumulations should be a inch
or less, with the larger amounts in the southeast and Bluegrass.
Lows will run from the mid 20s in the north to the around freezing
in the south. Watch out for possible icy patches in the roads early
Saturday morning.

Saturday will become partly cloudy as the winter storm moves east.
Afternoon highs will reach the mid 40s at most spots.

The next system will begin to affect our area on Sunday, but it will
be mostly rain.


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