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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
445 PM EST MON NOV 24 2014 /345 PM CST MON NOV 24 2014/

Sunday was very wet, as an area of rain developed over the region,
north of a warm frontal boundary. Additional lines of showers moved
eastward, ahead of an advancing cold front. Rainfall totals through
Monday morning averaged a half inch to an inch over most of the
area.

As the cold front crossed the area, winds were very gusty. Wind
gusts in the 50 to 55 mph range were common over north central
Kentucky and south central Indiana. Trees and power lines were
downed, and power outages were reported at some locations. One
driver in Harrodsburg was injured when a large tree fell on a car. A
tree was blown on to a home in Frankfort, but the occupant was not
injured.

High temperatures on Sunday were in the upper 50s and lower 60s.
These high temperatures occurred late in the day and held steady. So
most of the region had overnight readings in the upper 50 to lower
60 degree range. These would be the high temperatures for the day
Monday. Temperatures fell through the morning and early afternoon
hours in the wake of the cold front. At 2 PM Monday, temperatures
ranged from the mid 40s to the mid 50s.

We will have decreasing cloudiness tonight, but colder temperatures.
Lows will range from the upper 20s to mid 30s. Tuesday will be
mostly sunny, with highs near 40 to the mid 40s.


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MRC/BJS



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