Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
355 AM CST WED FEB 10 2016

Showers of light fluffy snow stubbornly continued to fall across
most of the Quad State Region yesterday, finally beginning to
diminish from the west by mid afternoon. Snow accumulated up to an
inch and a half in some locations. The sun`s energy, even with
clouds obscuring it, helped to improve road conditions greatly by
afternoon. Highs stayed in the 20s over most of the region, except
for lower 30s in parts of southeastern Missouri. The temperature
actually got above freezing at Poplar Bluff.  In the evening and
into the overnight hours, there were still some widely scattered
snow showers around, mainly in southwest Indiana, parts of
southernmost Illinois, and later, parts of western Kentucky. The
brisk northwesterly breeze subsided somewhat in the evening but
picked up again after midnight. Temperatures in the teens and lower
20s yielded wind chill readings in the single digits to the mid
teens.

Fast northwesterly flow aloft will continue to maintain the colder
regime through the weekend. Meanwhile, a couple of clipper systems
will stream out of Canada, offering up minimal amounts of snowfall
for parts of the Quad State Region today and possibly Friday.
Temperatures are forecast to rebound into the 30s and 40s Friday
afternoon just ahead of the second clipper, but will crash back down
to well below average levels after that.

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

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