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AWUS83 KLMK 222002

402 PM EDT TUE APR 22 2014 /302 PM CDT TUE APR 22 2014/

A cold front ran from Lake Erie, through the lower Ohio Valley, into
the lower Mississippi Valley. A high pressure ridge extended from
Manitoba, south through the Dakotas, into Kansas.

High temperatures Monday were in the upper 70s to lower 80s under
mostly sunny skies. There were increasing clouds Monday night ahead
of the cold front, along with some rain showers. Most locations only
received a few hundredths of an inch of rain. Low temperatures
overnight were in the upper 50s to lower 60s.

By daybreak on Tuesday, most of the showers had moved out of the
region. A few showers persisted through Tuesday morning, mostly over
areas to the south of the Cumberland Parkway. Cloud cover was slower
to break up, with the area remaining mostly cloudy through Tuesday
morning. By early Tuesday afternoon, skies were becoming sunny, or
at least there were some breaks in the clouds. Temperatures at 2 PM
Tuesday ranged from near 70 to the mid 70s.

Tonight will be mostly clear and cool, with lows in the mid 30s to
around 40. Wednesday will be sunny and pleasant, with highs in the
lower to mid 60s.


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