Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Paducah, KY

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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Paducah KY
300 AM CDT SUN MAY 29 2016

Surface observations reported temperatures averaging in the middle
60s. Infra red satellite depicted mostly clear skies across the
heartland this morning. However moisture continued to flow from the
Gulf with some moisture flowing in from the Atlantic as tropical
storm Bonnie undercuts high pressure off the east coast and pushes
into South Carolina. Observations also indicated light south winds
prevailed over the region with relatively high humidity. The
regional radar loop indicated no echoes across the region early this

A weak cold front will wash out over the heartland today. This could
result in in a few isolated storms but they should be sparse in
coverage at best. Weak high pressure will build into the heartland
early in the week keeping most areas dry. However temperatures will
be on the rise with highs between 85 and 90 through Wednesday.
Expect a cooling trend to begin Wednesday and especially the end of
the week as the next cold front moves through the area. This front
will create our best chance of storms Wednesday and Thursday as it
slowly pushes through the heartland. Cooler and drier air can be
expected in the wake of the front late next week.

For a more detailed meteorological discussion, please refer to
the Area Forecast Discussion product (PIL SDFAFDPAH).

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