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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
255 PM EDT SUN SEP 14 2014

COOL AND SOME FOGGY CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MIDDLE 40S TO THE
MIDDLE 50S. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE AROUND 60 DEGREES.
IN FACT...THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE DIPPED TO 50 DEGREES THIS
MORNING...THIS IS THE COOLEST THAT IT HAS BEEN SINCE MAY 19TH.
ALSO...NUMEROUS LOCATIONS REPORTED DENSE FOG WITH VISIBILITIES OF A
HALF MILE OR LESS. THE FOG DISSIPATED BY MID MORNING...WITH PLENTY OF
SUNSHINE PRESENT FOR THE REST OF THE MORNING HOURS. BY
NOONTIME...EASTERN KENTUCKY TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM UPPER 50S TO THE
MIDDLE 60S.

A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS WERE PRESENT THIS AFTERNOON THROUGHOUT
THE COAL FIELDS. MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 60S TO
THE MIDDLE 70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THE MIDDLE OF SEPTEMBER ARE IN THE
UPPER 70S TO NEAR 80 DEGREES.

LOOK FOR COOL AND DRY WEATHER TO REMAIN OVER THE AREA INTO THE NEW
WEEK...WITH LOWS IN THE LOWER TO MID 50S AND HIGHS IN THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE 70S. A WEAK COLD FRONT WILL SLOWLY MOVE THROUGH THE AREA
MONDAY AND TUESDAY...AND PRODUCE A WEAK CHANCE OF A SHOWER LATE
MONDAY OR EARLY TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1984...A F1 TORNADO STRUCK IN
FLEMING COUNTY. THE TWISTER TRAVELED 2 MILES BEFORE DISSIPATING BUT
MANAGED TO DO AN ESTIMATED QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.

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CARICO




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