Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Paducah, KY

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
120 PM CDT TUE SEP 16 2014

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

NOW THAT COOLER FALL-LIKE WEATHER HAS ERASED THE SUMMERTIME HEAT
AND HUMIDITY IT`S ABOUT THAT TIME TO START THINKING ABOUT WHEN THE
FIRST FALL FREEZE AND EVEN SNOWFALL MIGHT BE. HERE ARE SOME
INTERESTING STATISTICS ON THE AVERAGE FIRST FREEZE AND FIRST
MEASURABLE SNOWFALL FOR EVANSVILLE AND PADUCAH. FIRST FREEZE IS
DEFINED AS THE FIRST TIME IN THE FALL SEASON THAT THE TEMPERATURE
DROPS TO 32 DEGREES OR COLDER. FIRST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL IS
DEFINED AS THE FIRST 0.1 INCH OR GREATER.

PADUCAH:
AVERAGE FIRST FREEZE: OCTOBER 26
EARLIEST FIRST FREEZE: OCTOBER 3, 1974
LATEST FIRST FREEZE: NOVEMBER 13, 1975

AVERAGE FIRST SNOWFALL: DECEMBER 22
EARLIEST FIRST SNOWFALL:OCTOBER 29, 1993 WITH 0.1 OF AN INCH
LATEST FIRST SNOWFALL: FEBRUARY 1, 2007 WITH 0.5 OF AN INCH


EVANSVILLE:
AVERAGE FIRST FREEZE: OCTOBER 29
EARLIEST FIRST FREEZE: SEPTEMBER 28, 1942
LATEST FIRST FREEZE: NOVEMBER 27, 1902

AVERAGE FIRST SNOWFALL: DECEMBER 7
EARLIEST FIRST SNOWFALL:OCTOBER 19, 1989 WITH 0.9 OF AN INCH
LATEST FIRST SNOWFALL: FEBRUARY 1, 2007 WITH 0.7 OF AN INCH


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