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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
316 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

AREAS OF FOG AND PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE IN PLACE THROUGHOUT THE
COAL FIELDS THIS MORNING. NUMEROUS LOCATIONS SAW DENSE FOG WITH
VISIBILITIES OF LESS THAN A HALF MILE AT TIMES. 7 AM TEMPERATURES
WERE MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 60S. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME
OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 60S. THE FOG LIFTED BY MID
MORNING...LEAVING A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS FOR THE REST OF THE
MORNING HOURS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 70S.

THIS AFTERNOON SAW PARTLY SUNNY OR MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES. A FEW
LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS ENTERED FAR SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY DURING MID
AFTERNOON...BUT LEFT SMALL RAINFALL TOTALS. MID AFTERNOON
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 80S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR
LATE JULY ARE IN THE MIDDLE 80S.

MOSTLY DRY AND PLEASANT WEATHER IS ON TAP TONIGHT...AS A RIDGE OF
HIGH PRESSURE REMAINS IN PLACE OVER THE AREA. LOOK FOR OVERNIGHT
LOWS DIPPING INTO THE LOWER 60S. COOLER AIR WILL ARRIVE THURSDAY
WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES MOSTLY AROUND 80 DEGREES...AS AN AREA OF
LOW PRESSURE PASSES BY TO OUR SOUTH. THIS WILL BRING WIDESPREAD
CLOUD COVER AND MORE SHOWERS AND STORMS TO THE AREA.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2002...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
ROLLED THROUGH LAUREL COUNTY. THE STORM BLEW DOWN A FEW TREES AND A
WOMAN WAS ALSO STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.

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CARICO


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