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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
508 PM EDT SAT JUN 27 2015 /408 PM CDT SAT JUN 27 2015/

Another round of thunderstorms moved through last night dumping up
to 3 inches of rain which caused some road flooding. The heaviest
rain stretched from Tell City through Louisville into New Castle.
Many of the storms also had high winds and minor damage was
reported, mainly to trees. Overnight lows ran from the mid 60s to
mid 70s.

The front that caused the storms moved through the area this morning
giving some locations quick showers. Colder air flowed in and cloudy
skies kept afternoon highs in the low to mid 70s. Brisk
northwesterly winds made conditions feel even cooler.

Tonight will see the winds drop off and the clouds clear as high
pressure takes control of our weather. Morning lows will be in the
chilly mid to upper 50s.

Sunday will be mostly sunny and pleasant. Afternoon highs should
stay in the mid to upper 70s for most spots.

Cooler than normal weather is expected for next week with a chance
of showers on Monday.


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