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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
507 PM EDT SUN JUL 05 2015 /407 PM CDT SUN JUL 05 2015/

It was another mostly cloudy night across much of the area as an
upper low pressure system approached from the south. Overnight lows
ran between the mid 60s and the low 70s.

The low triggered showers and thunderstorms after midnight in the
south and east which extended into late morning. Rainfall
rates were intense as reports of flash flooding came in, especially
in Simpson, Monroe, and Allen counties. In those locations, numerous
roads were closed and a few water rescues occurred. By late
afternoon, the showers had diminished and moved east. Towns in the
north and west had only partly to mostly cloudy skies. Afternoon
highs ran from the upper 70s in the south to the mid 80s in the
north.

Tonight should see all rain end with some partial clearing in the
clouds. Lows will be in the mid to upper 60s.

On Monday, warm air will begin to flow into the area from the
southwest. We should only see isolated afternoon showers with no
heavy rain expected. High temperatures will push into the mid to
upper 80s.

A wet pattern will return for the middle of the workweek.


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