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  • Current Weather Conditions in PADUCAH, KY - Updated Mar 06 11:05 AM

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    Wind:  South at 3 mph
    Pressure:  30.59 inches Falling
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    Dewpoint:   8° F (-13° C)
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    Mostly Sunny. Highs In The Lower 30s. Southeast Winds 5 Mph In The Morning Shifting To The South In The Afternoon.
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    Clear. Lows Around 14. Southwest Winds Around 5 Mph.

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