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Forecast updated 11:40 am EST - 21 Oct 2011

Upper-level trough that was bringing precipitation to the area is quickly
moving east bringing a high pressure and clear skies for the following days.
Tonight, temperatures will drop in the 30s with the combination of the cold air
 over Indiana and clear skies allowing for frost areas. Warm air advection will
increase temperatures to the upper 60s for Sunday.

The following graphic displays sea level pressure (yellow) and
6h accumulated precipitation (green shaded) for the period ending
 at 11am Friday, 21 Oct 2011.

today's short-range forecast graphic was produced by Cecille M. Villanueva