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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
402 PM EDT WED OCT 22 2014 /302 PM CDT WED OCT 22 2014/

Cool high pressure extended from the Great Lakes into the lower Ohio
Valley. A cold front was moving south from Tennessee to the Gulf
coast. A weak upper level disturbance was moving south through
Kentucky and Tennessee.

Some cloud cover and isolated very light showers crossed the area
Tuesday into Tuesday night. These were associated with the upper
level disturbance. Otherwise, skies were sunny over the area on
Wednesday.

High temperatures on Tuesday ranged from the mid 50s in the
Bluegrass region, to the mid 60s elsewhere. Some locations of south
central Kentucky were near the 70 degree mark.

Low temperatures overnight were mostly in the upper 30s and lower
40s. The cool spot was at Corners in Breckinridge County, with a low
of 33 degrees. At 2 PM Wednesday, temperatures were in the mid 50s
to around 60 under mostly sunny skies.

Tonight will be mostly clear and cool, with lows in the mid to upper
30s. Thursday will be sunny and mild, with highs in the lower to mid
60s.


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