Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Louisville, KY
AWUS83 KLMK 082119
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
418 PM EST SUN DEC 08 2013 /318 PM CST SUN DEC 08 2013/
Skies were mostly cloudy overnight as a weak winter storm brought
precipitation into southern Kentucky. Some locations near the
Tennessee boarder collected more than an inch of liquid, mostly cold
rain. Overnight lows varied greatly with teens in the heavy snowpack
covered northwest to the low 30s in the southeast.
The precipitation moved north and east during the morning and was a
mixture of freezing rain, sleet and snow. Some locations picked up a
quick inch of snow and sleet within an hour. As the morning lingered
on, temperatures in the south and central sections rose above
freezing and changed the precipitation over to rain. Eventually, the
precipitation diminished. Afternoon highs were mainly in the 30s in
Kentucky, mid to upper 20s in Indiana.
Tonight, another wave of precipitation will move across out region.
Expect some rain in the south and some drizzle in the north.
Temperatures will drop only a few degrees from this afternoon`s
Monday will start out cloudy and the precipitation will end from
west to east. By late afternoon, some clearing could be seen in the
northwest. High will run from the low 30s in the northwest to the
low 40s in the southeast.
Some light snow is expected Monday night into Tuesday.