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Issued by NWS Paducah, KY

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AWUS83 KPAH 240937

335 AM CST Sat Jan 24 2015

The infra red satellite indicated clouds were departing the
heartland. In addition the 11u-13u satellite image it depicts the
heaviest snow cover along and east of a line from eastern Trigg
county to just Owensboro. Surface reports indicate mainly 1 to 2
inch depths with isolated 3 inch amounts. West of the aforementioned
line the snow tapered off to a dusting with some isolated half inch
amounts. Regional radar detected the snow had moved east into the
Appalachians. Surface observations reported temperatures in the
lower to middle 20s with a light southwest wind.

Several clipper type system are poised to move through the heartland
this week. The first will arrive Sunday...then another Tuesday and
Thursday. These systems will be weak and will produce only light
amounts of rain but could change over to light snow or flurries
before ending. The one Tuesday will likely clip areas east of the US
highway 41 through Kentucky and Indiana. Another system appears to
be setting up this for super bowl weekend.


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


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