Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
251 PM CST Fri Dec 12 2014

Low clouds and some patchy fog blanketed the region early this
morning with calm winds. Temperatures tanked into the low to mid 20s
before the stratus deck moved into most areas east of the
Mississippi River. This was quite the contrast compared to the
Poplar Bluff area which saw temperatures only fall to 35 degrees
where clouds stayed thick all night. The low clouds slowly eroded
this morning across much of the area as most communities saw
sunshine by this afternoon. The far eastern reaches of our area are
just beginning to clear out now, while clouds are moving back into
the areas near the Ozark foothills. 2pm temperatures range from a
chilly 40 in Evansville to 50 degrees in Carbondale.

Surface high pressure will continue to reside over or just east of
the area through Sunday resulting in dry conditions although with
light southerly return flow developing clouds will dominate the
weekend with temperatures warming back into the 50s. Our next storm
system ejects out of the western United States trough later Sunday
and brings rain chances back into the area late Sunday night through
Monday. Cooler temperatures will be seen behind this system for
Tuesday into Wednesday as Canadian high pressure dumps down into the
Quad State with highs in the 40s.

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FOR A MORE DETAILED METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION, REFER TO THE AREA
FORECAST DISCUSSION PRODUCT (PIL SDFAFDPAH).

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