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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1133 AM EDT SUN MAY 1 2016

...CLIMATE NORMALS...MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR MAY...

...JACKSON KENTUCKY (JKL)...

TEMPERATURE DATA...

AVERAGE MAXIMUM........... 74.6 AVERAGE MINIMUM........... 54.7
AVERAGE MONTHLY........... 64.6 HIGHEST...................  91 ON
THE 31ST IN 2006 LOWEST....................  32 ON THE  3RD IN
2004/16TH IN 1997/7TH IN 1989 LOW MAXIMUM..............   47 ON THE
17TH IN 2011 HIGH MINIMUM..............  73 ON THE 12TH IN 2000
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 90 OR ABOVE.....  0.0 NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 32
OR BELOW.....  0.0 NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW  0 OR BELOW.....  0.0

DEGREE DAYS (BASE 65)..... HEATING             COOLING

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........  101                  90 GREATEST
MONTHLY..........  199 IN 1989         213 IN 1991 LEAST
MONTHLY.............    6 IN 1982          22 IN 1983

PRECIPITATION DATA...

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........  5.20 INCHES WETTEST...................
10.78 INCHES IN 2004 DRIEST....................  2.25 INCHES IN 1987
GREATEST 24 HOUR..........  4.09 INCHES ON THE 30TH-31ST IN 2004
AVERAGE DAYS OF THUNDER...   7.5 AVERAGE DAYS OF DENSE FOG.   6.1
AVERAGE SNOWFALL..........   0.0 INCHES GREATEST SNOWFALL.........
1.0 INCHES IN 1989 GREATEST 24 HOUR SNOWFALL.   1.0 INCHES ON THE
7TH IN 1989 GREATEST SNOW DEPTH.......  TRACE IN 1989

...LONDON KENTUCKY (LOZ)...

TEMPERATURE DATA...

AVERAGE MAXIMUM........... 76.3 AVERAGE MINIMUM........... 53.3
AVERAGE MONTHLY........... 64.8 HIGHEST...................  91 ON
THE 30TH IN 2006 LOWEST....................  28 ON THE  2ND IN 1963
LOW MAXIMUM...............  48 ON THE 11TH IN 1960/17TH IN 2011 HIGH
MINIMUM..............  72 ON THE 12TH IN 2000 NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH
90 OR ABOVE.....  0.1 NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW 32 OR BELOW.....  0.2 NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW  0
OR BELOW.....  0.0

DEGREE DAYS (BASE 65)..... HEATING             COOLING

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........   95                  88 GREATEST
MONTHLY..........  193 IN 1961         214 IN 1991 LEAST
MONTHLY.............   23 IN 1962          21 IN 1972 & 1976

PRECIPITATION DATA...

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........  5.18 INCHES WETTEST...................
10.97 INCHES IN 1984 DRIEST....................  1.09 INCHES IN 1977
GREATEST DAILY RAIN.......  4.08 INCHES ON THE  7TH IN 1984 AVERAGE
SNOWFALL..........   0.0 INCHES GREATEST SNOWFALL.........   0.0
INCHES GREATEST DAILY SNOWFALL...     0 INCHES

***SNOWFALL RECORDS FOR LONDON WERE KEPT BETWEEN 1954 AND 1996***

THE LATEST CLIMATE OUTLOOK FOR MAY INDICATES THAT EASTERN KENTUCKY
WILL BE IN A WEATHER PATTERN MORE CONDUCIVE TO NEAR NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON CLIMATE OUTLOOKS TRY THIS INTERNET ADDRESS:
HTTP://WWW.CPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV

CLIMATE WEATHER RECORDS AT THE JULIAN CARROLL AIRPORT NEAR JACKSON
KENTUCKY (JKL) DATE BACK TO JANUARY 1ST 1981.

CLIMATE WEATHER RECORDS AT THE LONDON-CORBIN MAGEE FIELD AIRPORT (LOZ)
DATE BACK TO NOVEMBER 11TH 1954.

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