Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
336 AM CST Thu Nov 27 2014

Areas of light rain and snow ended last night as colder air
filtered in. There were even a few reports of minor snow
accumulations in southwest Indiana, northwest Kentucky, and
southeast Illinois. The snowfall was less than one half inch and
mainly on grassy areas. Temperatures at 3 am were in the lower to
middle 30s.

A strong high pressure system will move southeast into the upper
Mississippi Valley this Thanksgiving Day. This high will produce a
northerly wind flow of unseasonably cold air. Temperatures will
only rise a few degrees today, reaching the mid to upper 30s. Some
lower 40s are forecast in portions of southeast Missouri.

The high will reach the east coast of the United States by late
Friday. A southwest wind flow on the back side of this high will
bring milder temperatures for Friday and Saturday. Highs will be
in the 40s on Friday and 50s on Saturday.

The mildest day will be Sunday, immediately ahead of a cold front
moving southeast across Missouri and Illinois. Highs will be in
the 60s. There is a small chance of rain ahead of the front, but
the rain will be mostly behind the front Sunday night and Monday.
Temperatures will cool back down early next week as an arctic high
pressure system passes across the Great Lakes region. Highs will
be in the 40s Monday and Tuesday.

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

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