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AWUS83 KJKL 281925
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KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-291930-

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Jackson KY
325 PM EDT TUE JUN 28 2016

Eastern Kentucky remained under variable cloud cover for the
second morning in a row. Twenty-four hour rainfall totals varied
greatly across the region, with some locations seeing no rainfall
to locally heavy amounts of over an inch and a half. A new
precipitation record of 1.87 inches was set at the Jackson
Weather Office yesterday, besting the previous record of 1.48
inches set in 1989.

Temperatures at 7 am ranged from the mid 60s to the mid 70s. As
the afternoon progressed, an area of high pressure brought mostly
clear skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 80s to the
region. Normal lows and highs for the last part of June are in the
mid 60s and mid 80s respectively.

Eastern Kentucky will be under mostly clear skies with cooler
temperatures ranging from the upper 50s in the northern portion
of the region to the lower 60s near the Tennessee border tonight.
Cooler and less humid weather will continue into Thursday with
highs on Wednesday only climbing into the upper 70s in the north
and the lower 80s in the south, and highs on Thursday in the
lower to mid 80s. However, humid conditions, as well as shower
and thunderstorm activity, will return to the coal fields in time
for the 4th of July weekend.

On this date in weather history, in 1993, severe thunderstorms
produced damaging winds across portions of Eastern Kentucky. Trees
and power lines were reported down in Elliott County. Several
large trees were reported down south of Prestonsburg in Floyd
County.

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000
AWUS83 KJKL 281925
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-291930-

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Jackson KY
325 PM EDT TUE JUN 28 2016

Eastern Kentucky remained under variable cloud cover for the
second morning in a row. Twenty-four hour rainfall totals varied
greatly across the region, with some locations seeing no rainfall
to locally heavy amounts of over an inch and a half. A new
precipitation record of 1.87 inches was set at the Jackson
Weather Office yesterday, besting the previous record of 1.48
inches set in 1989.

Temperatures at 7 am ranged from the mid 60s to the mid 70s. As
the afternoon progressed, an area of high pressure brought mostly
clear skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 80s to the
region. Normal lows and highs for the last part of June are in the
mid 60s and mid 80s respectively.

Eastern Kentucky will be under mostly clear skies with cooler
temperatures ranging from the upper 50s in the northern portion
of the region to the lower 60s near the Tennessee border tonight.
Cooler and less humid weather will continue into Thursday with
highs on Wednesday only climbing into the upper 70s in the north
and the lower 80s in the south, and highs on Thursday in the
lower to mid 80s. However, humid conditions, as well as shower
and thunderstorm activity, will return to the coal fields in time
for the 4th of July weekend.

On this date in weather history, in 1993, severe thunderstorms
produced damaging winds across portions of Eastern Kentucky. Trees
and power lines were reported down in Elliott County. Several
large trees were reported down south of Prestonsburg in Floyd
County.

$$

TAB/PG




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