Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
413 PM EDT WED SEP 17 2014

EASTERN KENTUCKY HAD A QUIET AND CHILLY START TO THE DAY...WHERE
MOST LOCATIONS WERE UNDER PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH TEMPERATURES IN
THE UPPER 40S AND LOWER 50S. THIS IS STILL WELL BELOW THE NORMAL
LOWS IN THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 50S.

BY MID-AFTERNOON...CONDITIONS WERE A BIT MORE COMFORTABLE WITH
TEMPERATURES REACHING THE UPPER 60S. THIS IS STILL 5-10 DEGREES
BELOW CLIMATOLOGY. AT 3PM...SKIES WERE CLEARING FROM WEST TO EAST
ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY WHICH SHOULD HELP TEMPERATURES CLIMB A BIT
MORE INTO THE LOWER 70S BY LATE AFTERNOON.

ANOTHER CHILLY NIGHT IS ON TAP FOR THE REGION TONIGHT WITH
TEMPERATURES FORECAST IN THE LOWER 50S. SOME LOCATIONS MAY EVEN DIP
BELOW 50 DEGREES AGAIN. FORTUNATELY...TEMPERATURES WILL REBOUND AND
REACH SEASONABLE LEVELS BY FRIDAY. ADDITIONALLY...THERE IS NO CHANCE
FOR PRECIPITATION UNTIL LATER SUNDAY...ALLOWING FOR A GREAT WEEKEND
TO SPEND TIME OUTDOORS.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...BACK IN 2004...THE REMNANTS OF
HURRICANE IVAN DUMPED COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF PRECIPITATION OVER THE
AREA. THE JACKSON WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE RECEIVED 2.67 INCHES OF
RAINFALL...WHILE CLOSER TO THE CENTER OF THE STORM...THE LONDON
CORBIN AIRPORT PICKED UP 4.32 INCHES OF RAIN. IN FACT...THE RAINFALL
AT LONDON IS THE MOST RAINFALL RECEIVED IN A SINGLE DAY FOR THE
MONTH OF SEPTEMBER AND IS THE SECOND WETTEST DAY EVER.

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JVM






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