Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Jackson, KY

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
410 PM EDT SUN AUG 24 2014

EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS UNDER PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH DENSE
VALLEY FOG THIS MORNING. TEMPERATURE READINGS AT 7 AM WERE
UNSEASONABLY WARM FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR WITH MOST LOCATIONS
REPORTING READINGS IN THE LOWER 70S. TYPICAL LOWS FOR TODAY ARE IN
THE MID 60S.

BY MID AFTERNOON...MOST OF THE COALFIELDS WERE UNDER PARTLY TO MOSTLY
SUNNY SKIES...WITH A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS POPPING UP ALONG THE
TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA BORDERS. TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE
LOWER TO MID 80S...WHICH IS NEAR NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE LOW TO MID 60S WITH AREAS OF VALLEY FOG.
A COLD FRONT WILL PUSH WEST ACROSS THE AREA BY TOMORROW AFTERNOON...
BRINGING COOLER AND DRIER AIR TO EASTERN KENTUCKY...THUS BRINGING
TEMPERATURES BACK TO MORE SEASONABLE READINGS. HIGHS ON MONDAY WILL
BE IN THE MID TO UPPER 80S THE NEXT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL
OCCUR ON WEDNESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1999...A NOTABLE PRECIPITATION
EVENT OCCURRED AT THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE. THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE MEASURED 3.84 INCHES OF RAINFALL...WHICH SET THE DAILY...
MONTHLY...AND YEARLY RECORDS FOR THE MOST RAINFALL RECEIVED IN A
CALENDAR DAY. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON DATE BACK TO 1981.

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