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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
443 PM EDT SAT JUL 04 2015 /343 PM CDT SAT JUL 04 2015/

Skies remained mostly cloudy as showers ended overnight. Some
clearing was seen in the north and some patchy fog toward sunrise
was reported. Lows ran from the mid 60s in the north to the low 70s
in the south. Twenty-four hour rainfall amounts varied greatly from
no rain in the north to over 4 inches near Hodgenville.

This afternoon was quiet for a change with partly cloudy skies.
There were some scattered showers that popped up in southern
Kentucky, but these were not as intense as previous days. Afternoon
highs were ran from the upper 70s in the south to the mid 80s in the
north, a reverse of the typical pattern.

Showers will diminish after sunset. Morning lows should be in the
mid to upper 60s. Patchy fog may develop across southern Indiana
around sunrise.

On Sunday, an upper low pressure system will move into Kentucky from
Tennessee. This will bring a chance of showers over eastern and
southern Kentucky. Some of these showers may contain heavy rain. The
rain chances will be less toward the north and west. Afternoon highs
will run from the upper 70s in the southeast to the mid 80s in the
northwest.

Monday should be mostly dry but a new wet pattern will begin to set
up on Tuesday.


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