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Update from Meteorologist Tim Hedrick

2:55PM, Monday, September 22, 2014

Holly Cow!  It looks like one gorgeous week in the Ohio Valley.  A huge ridge of high pressure will dominate all week long with cool temperatures at night and mid temperatures during the afternoons.  We have no rain in the forecast until Next Monday night.  It will be chilly tonight, with northerly flow we will drop into the low to mid 40's with outlying areas north sinking into the upper 30's or lower 40's.  Plenty of sunshine on Tuesday will push the temperature into the low 70's.  Wednesday we will climb into the upper 70's and by Thursday we will be rising into the low 80's.  I will have complete details beginning at 5pm on Local 12.

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