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March 28, 2014

WEATHER FORECAST: Rain continues into the weekend

LOUISVILLE — Temperatures will be dependent on the rain and cloud cover expected this weekend. Showers are most likely early Friday and throughout the day Saturday. With the rain early in the weekend it looks rather chilly with highs in the 40s. Sunday will likely be the pick of the weekend with some sunshine returning along with warmer temperatures. Those looking for Spring ... hang in there! A stretch of 70 degree weather looks promising next week.

Basketball fans headed north to Indianapolis will see rain too. Rain chances increase in the Circle City late Friday and Saturday. A few snowflakes are even possible in central Indiana. March Madness at its best!



Showers early and overnight

Some afternoon sun

High: 66°


Rain likely

High: 48°


Mostly Sunny


High: 62°


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