Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Charleston, WV

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON WV
239 PM EDT TUE SEP 23 2014

...A CHILLY DAWN ON TUESDAY JUST AFTER THE EQUINOX...

MOST TEMPERATURES AT DAWN ON TUESDAY WERE IN THE MID 30S TO MID
40S. HOWEVER...THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE IN WEST VIRGINIA FROM THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NETWORK WAS 32 DEGREES. THIS FIRST
FREEZING TEMPERATURE OF THE SEASON WAS OBSERVED AT BAYARD OF GRANT
COUNTY...CANAAN HEIGHTS OF TUCKER COUNTY...BARTOW AND FROST OF
POCAHONTAS COUNTY.

THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE IN SOUTHEAST OHIO AT DAWN TUESDAY WAS 36
DEGREES IN WATERLOO OF LAWRENCE COUNTY.

IN NORTHEAST KENTUCKY...THE COLDEST WAS 38 DEGREES FROM OLIVE HILL
OF CARTER COUNTY.

A FEW HOME FURNACES EVEN FIRED UP...AND CAME BACK TO LIFE.
HOWEVER...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS PREDICTING A WARMING
TREND THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK.


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KTB






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