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Current Weather Conditions in PADUCAH, KY - Updated Jul 29 3:35 PM

Mostly Sunny
81° F
(27° C)
Wind:  Northwest at 9 mph
Pressure:  30.12 inches (steady)
Humidity:   39%
Dewpoint:   54° F (12° C)
Notes:  
Tonight
Mostly Clear. Lows In The Upper 50s. North Winds 5 Mph In The Evening Shifting To The South After Midnight.

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