Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Louisville, KY

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356 PM EDT WED APR 15 2015 /256 PM CDT WED APR 15 2015/

A high pressure ridge extended from the Great Lakes into the lower
Ohio Valley. A frontal boundary ran west to east from northern
Mississippi to South Carolina. An upper level disturbance was moving
from Middle Tennessee into southeast Kentucky.

High temperatures Tuesday ranged from the upper 50s to the mid 60s.
Low temperatures overnight were in the lower to mid 50s. Readings at
2 PM Wednesday were in the upper 50s and lower 60s under cloudy

Heavy rains fell over the area late Monday into Tuesday. The highest
rainfall amounts through Wednesday morning were over south central
Kentucky, mainly south of the Western Kentucky and Bluegrass
Parkways. Forty-eight hour amounts over this area averaged two to
three inches. Some locations received up to five inches of rain over
that period. The rest of central Kentucky averaged a half inch up to
two inches over this period. Most of south central Indiana had a
half inch or less.

We can look for scattered showers tonight, becoming more numerous
during the day Thursday. Lows tonight will be in the mid 50s to
around 60. Highs Thursday will be in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

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