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AWUS83 KLMK 142049

449 PM EDT TUE OCT 14 2014 /349 PM CDT TUE OCT 14 2014/

Skies were cloudy as rain covered the area overnight ahead of a cold
front. Some of the strongest thunderstorm blew trees down in parts
of Butler, Simpson, and Ohio county. Rainfall was heavy in the west
with many locations reporting between 2 and 3 inches in the last 24
hours ending this morning. Temperatures around sunrise were mainly
in the low to mid 60s.

The rain continued moving east this afternoon. After the main batch
had passed, a widely scattered showers popped up. Temperatures
changed little from the morning reading. It was also a breezy day
with gusts exceeding 25 MPH.

A large upper air low pressure system will slowly move across our
area for the next 2 days. Look for cloudy condition to continue
overnight with scattered showers. Lows should fall into the low to
mid 50s.

Wednesday afternoon will also be cloudy with more showers. Afternoon
highs will be cool, running from the upper 50s to the low 60s.

The rain should end on Friday with a dry weekend in the forecast.

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