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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
354 PM EST MON FEB 1 2016

A WEAK COLD FRONT PASSED THROUGH THE AREA THIS MORNING LEAVING
BEHIND ABOUT ONE HALF INCH OF RAIN...ALTHOUGH A FEW PLACES
MEASURED CLOSER TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH. DAYBREAK
TEMPERATURES WERE MILD...WITH READINGS IN THE MID 40S TO LOW 50S.
AT NOONTIME...SHOWERS WERE LINGERING IN THE SOUTHEAST WHILE
TEMPERATURES REMAINED NEARLY STEADY. THE WEAK COLD FRONT STALLED
TO OUR SOUTHEAST WILL LIKELY KEEP SCATTERED SHOWERS IN THE
FORECAST INTO THE EVENING.

A FOGGY OVERNIGHT IS EXPECTED WITH MORNING LOWS DROPPING TO
AROUND 40 DEGREES. THE FOG MAY BECOME VERY DENSE TOWARDS DAYBREAK
ESPECIALLY IN LOW LYING AREAS. THE WEAK COLD FRONT THAT JUST
PASSED WILL WORK IT/S WAY BACK NORTH AS A WARM FRONT ON TUESDAY.
THIS IS IN ADVANCE OF A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DEVELOPING IN THE
SOUTHERN PLAINS.

GUSTY SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL PUSH TEMPERATURES INTO THE MID TO UPPER
60S ON TUESDAY...WITH A FEW SPOTS EVEN REACHING THE 70 DEGREE MARK.
RAIN WILL MOVE BACK INTO THE AREA BY LATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON WITH
THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE DURING THE LATE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT HOURS.
SOME OF THE STORMS MAY PRODUCE STRONG TO SEVERE WIND GUSTS. THE
CHANCE FOR RAIN WILL CONTINUE INTO WEDNESDAY...DIMINISHING FROM
WEST TO EAST BY THE AFTERNOON. THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK AND
WEEKEND APPEAR TO BE DRY WITH MORE SEASONAL TEMPERATURES.

ON THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY...THIS FEBRUARY IS GETTING OFF TO
A WARM START WITH DAYTIME HIGHS WELL ABOVE NORMAL. TODAYS HIGHS
SHOULD REACH THE MID 50S WITH MID TO UPPER 60S EXPECTED ON
TUESDAY. THIS IS ABOUT 10 TO 20 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL...RESPECTIVELY.
ALTHOUGH IT IS WARM IT IS NOT APPROACHING RECORD SETTING LEVELS.
THE FIRST TWO DAYS OF FEBRUARY 1989 WERE UNUSUALLY WARM. THE
JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE RECORDED 73 DEGREES FOR A DAYTIME HIGH ON
EACH DAY. THIS SET TWO NEW RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORDS.
CLIMATE DATA FOR THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE BEGAN IN 1981...WHILE
WEATHER RECORDS FOR THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT DATE BACK TO 1954.

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