Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Louisville, KY

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
359 PM EST MON FEB 08 2016 /259 PM CST MON FEB 08 2016/

A cold front swept through last night accompanied by some light
rain. Many locations north and central received up to around a
tenth of an inch of rain. Temperatures late last evening were in the
40s but fell to the low to mid 30s by sunrise.

A period of snow showers swept across north and central areas of
the state this morning. Many locations received at least a dusting
of snow and a few isolated locations reported up to one and a half
inches. The snow quickly melted after it fell as temperatures
warmed well into the 30s. There were more snow and rain showers from
late morning into the early afternoon with temperatures in the mid
30s to low 40s.

There will be more snow showers tonight and tomorrow with total
accumulations from one to two inches. Lows tonight will drop into
the 20s and highs tomorrow will remain in the 20s.


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