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AWUS83 KPAH 271926

126 PM CST Tue Jan 27 2015

Variable cloudy skies prevailed across much of the Quad State area
Tuesday, with light snow flurries reported in portions of
southwest Indiana and the Kentucky Pennyrile area during the
morning commute. Morning lows ranged from the upper 20s along the
Interstate 64 corridor to the low 40s elsewhere. Due to mostly
cloudy to overcast skies many communities, aside from portions of
southeast Missouri, mid afternoon highs were only able to climb
into low to mid 40s with temperatures nearing 50 degrees in the
Poplar Bluff, Missouri area.

High pressure will work into the area through the overnight hours
and into Wednesday. Another fast developing system will filter in
behind that with a cold front taking shape as it moves overhead
Wednesday night into Thursday. This will usher in a slight chance
of precipitation but with very little accumulation and cooler
temperatures expected Thursday. Surface high pressure will
settle over the region Friday.


For a more detailed meteorological discussion, refer to the Area
Forecast Discussion product (SDFAFDPAH).


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