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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
440 PM EDT MON APR 14 2014 /340 PM CDT MON APR 14 2014/

A strong, late season, cold front extended from Lake Erie, through
the lower Ohio Valley, to the Texas gulf coast. An upper level
disturbance was moving eastward from central Kentucky and Middle
Tennessee.

Bands of showers and a few thunderstorms crossed the area this
morning ahead of the cold front. The heaviest rainfall was to the
west of Interstate 65, with locations receiving from half to two
thirds of an inch. Eastern parts of the area received a few
hundredths of an inch, if any.

Additional showers developed by early afternoon, west of the
Louisville Metro, and north of the Western Kentucky Parkway.

High temperatures on Sunday ranged from near 80 to the mid 80s.
Sunday was also windy, with peak gusts from 35 to 45 miles an hour.

Sunday night was mild, with lows ranging from near 60 to the mid
60s. We were in a warm southwest flow ahead of the cold front on
Monday. In spite of this, with the cloud cover, early afternoon
temperatures were in the 60s.

We can look for showers and thunderstorms tonight, with some snow
possibly mixing in after daybreak on Tuesday. Cloud cover will
decrease Tuesday afternoon.

Temperatures tonight will fall into the lower to mid 30s. Highs on
Tuesday will only climb into the lower to mid 40s.


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