Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
519 PM EDT MON AUG 25 2014 /419 PM CDT MON AUG 25 2014/

Another hot and muggy day was on tap across the Ohio Valley as a
strong area of high pressure encompassed much of the contiguous US.
As of 2 PM EDT, heat indices were ranging from the 92 to 97 range
west of the I-75 corridor. Very isolated showers popped up across
central Kentucky, slowly working their way south-southwestward
through the early afternoon. Only a 20% chance of a shower or storm
will persist into the evening hours, with most places staying dry.
Otherwise, expect a mostly dry forecast through mid week, with the
best chance for an isolated shower or storm across southern Indiana
or north central Kentucky.

An expansive area of high pressure will remain in place over the
Easten US late this week, with hot and muggy conditions persisting.
High temperatures are forecast to remain in the upper 80s and low
90s through the end of the week, with the highest heat indices
expected through Wednesday.


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