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03/20/2017

First Day Of Spring

From Jude Redfield...

    On this first day of spring you might be saying it doesn't feel like it. This is going to change in a matter of hours. The morning complex of clouds and rain is quickly fading and moving east. Sun breaks along the Illinois/Indiana border fill in this afternoon. These sun breaks combined with a wind shift to the south help bring high temps to near 70 by 5pm!!! 

Lawrence County Tornado

    We are heading into the lunch hour with cool air in the 40s and 50s for about 70% of Kentuckiana. Notice the 60s moving in from the southwest.  THIS IS GOING TO BLITZ TO THE NORTHEAST THIS AFTERNOON!!!

Rainamounts

    The 11am temp of 72 in Memphis should near Louisville by 5pm.  As long as the clouds thin as forecast then we should be on target for an above average finish in the temperature department on this first day of spring. Enjoy! -Jude Redfield-

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