Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KLMK 232002

402 PM EDT THU JUL 23 2015 /302 PM CDT THU JUL 23 2015/

A frontal boundary was nearly stationary along the Kentucky...
Tennessee line. High pressure was centered over the Great Lakes
area, and extended into the lower Ohio Valley. An upper level
disturbance was moving eastward through Middle Tennessee.

Cloud cover increased over the area during the overnight hours.
Rains moved across the southern part of the area through the night
and into the day Thursday. A band of heavy rain fell between
Leitchfield and Columbia, with some areas reporting amounts in
excess of two inches. By 2 PM Thursday, most of the showers were
near Lake Cumberland, Dale Hollow Lake, and along the Tennessee
state line.

High temperatures Wednesday were a little below normal, with most
sites reaching the mid 80s. Low temperatures ranged from the mid 60s
in the north to around 70 in the south. At 2 PM Thursday, readings
were in the lower to mid 80s. To the south where the air was rain
cooled, temperatures were in the 70s.

Cloud cover will decrease tonight through Friday as the showers move
away from our area. Low temperatures tonight will be in the mid 60s.
Highs on Friday will be in the 80s.

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