Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
352 PM EST SAT JAN 24 2015 /252 PM CST SAT JAN 24 2015/

Skies cleared out slowly overnight as the winter storm moved off to
the east. Most of central Kentucky collected a quick 2 to 4 inches
and a band of 4 to 6 inches stretched from Leitchfield to Carlisle.
Southern Indiana saw little or no snow. The clearing skies and heavy
snow allowed morning lows to fall into the teens in the west while
in the east lows stayed in the 20s. The cold spot was Corners in
Breckinridge County with 13.

The winter sun this afternoon melted the snow quickly and by late
afternoon several inches had disappeared. Afternoon highs ran from
mid 30s where the snow pack was the thickest to the mid 40s where
there was no snow.

Tonight clouds from a new winter storm will begin invading from the
west. This should keep temperatures from falling below freezing.

Sunday will see rain moving in from the west and covering the entire
area. Afternoon highs should reach into the 40s.

The rain will change over to snow Sunday night before it ends. This
time the best chance for accumulation will be in southern Indiana.


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