Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Paducah, KY
AWUS83 KPAH 141019
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
419 AM CST SUN FEB 14 2016
It was a cloudy night across the Quad State Area during the
evening and overnight. A couple of bands of light snow developed
over parts of the area but no substantial accumulations were
reported. Temperatures were in the 20s with light easterly winds.
We have a busy couple of days coming up with regards to weather
across the region. Light snow will continue to overspread the area
today, becoming more widespread and heavier as we head toward the
late morning and afternoon hours. The precipitation is forecast to change
over to freezing rain and sleet in southeast Missouri and parts of
western KY late morning and into the afternoon.
By evening, we will have a mixed bag of precipitation types
possible, but after midnight tonight and into Monday morning,
enough warm air will have filtered in that we will either have
freezing rain or rain, with the better chances for rain across
southern KY. By late Monday morning and throughout the rest of
the day, any precipitation that falls should be rain. The system
will exit on Monday evening.
Another clipper type system will be waiting in the wings however,
and arrive late Monday night into Tuesday. This system may bring a
rain and snow mix to parts of the area initially, but all rain is
expected by Tuesday afternoon. That system will exit on Tuesday
While there is yet another system that moves through on Wednesday,
right now, it looks like just some clouds will result. High
temperatures will only be in the lower 30s today, but Monday we
will see 40s and by Tuesday and Wednesday, some areas will reach
into the 50s. Thursday and Friday will be even warmer, with 50s
and even lower 60s are forecast.
FOR A MORE DETAILED METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION, PLEASE REFER TO
THE AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION PRODUCT (PIL SDFAFDPAH).