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AWUS83 KPAH 302014
RWSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-010900-

WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
314 PM CDT Tue Sep 30 2014

After a bit of patchy morning fog in a few locations, Tuesday
turned out to be a pleasant weather day. Skies were clear to
partly cloudy with light and variable winds. Morning lows were in
the low to mid 50s in many locations with afternoon highs climbing
into the mid to upper 80s.

High pressure will continue to drift eastward overnight but dry
weather will continue for another day. There is a good chance of
showers and thunderstorms late Wednesday night through Thursday
night, ahead of and with a cold front which is forecast to move
across the area Thursday night. Any lingering showers Friday
morning will end as the front moves east. High pressure will
return later Friday through the weekend, with dry and cooler
weather anticipated.

&&

For a more detailed meteorological discussion, refer to the Area
Forecast Discussion product (SDFAFDPAH).

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AWUS83 KJKL 301809
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-011815-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
209 PM EDT TUE SEP 30 2014

HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO KEEP MUCH OF THE EASTERN SEABOARD DRY AND
WARM. DENSE VALLEY FOG WAS WIDESPREAD THIS MORNING AS TEMPERATURES
SETTLED INTO THE UPPER 40S TO MID 50S. MONDAY EVENINGS SHOWERS
MANAGED TO LEAVE A FEW TENTHS OF AN INCH OF RAINFALL IN JOHNSON AND
FLOYD COUNTIES. ELSEWHERE...OTHER THAN A FEW TRACE AMOUNTS...MOST
AREAS REMAINED DRY. DURING THE LATE MORNING THERE WAS NOT A CLOUD TO
BE SEEN ON TOP OF SUGAR CAMP MOUNTAIN WHILE DENSE FOG WAS STILL
LIFTING FROM THE VALLEYS. EARLY FALL SUNSHINE WAS PLENTIFUL AND
PUSHED NOONTIME TEMPERATURES INTO THE LOWER 70S.

DRY AND MILD CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE THROUGH MID WEEK.
MORNING LOWS IN THE 50S AND DAYTIME HIGHS AROUND 80 ARE EXPECTED
THROUGH THURSDAY.

THE NEXT GOOD CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL ARRIVE ON FRIDAY AS A
COLD FRONT MOVES INTO THE OHIO VALLEY. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
BE POSSIBLE THURSDAY NIGHT IN AREAS TO THE WEST AND PROGRESS TO THE
EAST ON FRIDAY. HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL REACH THE LOW 70S AND DROP TO
THE UPPER 50S ON SATURDAY REMINDING EVERYONE THAT THE SEASONS ARE
CHANGING.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...A SMALL HEAT WAVE ENDED AT JACKSON
IN SEPTEMBER 1986...AFTER 5 RECORDED SETTING DAYS. FROM THE 26TH
THROUGH THE 29TH...THE MERCURY ROSE TO 87 DEGREES AND ON THE 30TH THE
TEMPERATURE TOPPED OUT AT 85 DEGREES. THESE WERE ALL NEW DAYTIME
RECORD HIGHS FOR SEPTEMBER. SEPTEMBER 1986 WAS THE 6TH WARMEST
SEPTEMBER THAT JACKSON HAD EXPERIENCED...WITH A MONTHLY MEAN AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 70.5 DEGREES.

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AWUS83 KJKL 301809
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-011815-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
209 PM EDT TUE SEP 30 2014

HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO KEEP MUCH OF THE EASTERN SEABOARD DRY AND
WARM. DENSE VALLEY FOG WAS WIDESPREAD THIS MORNING AS TEMPERATURES
SETTLED INTO THE UPPER 40S TO MID 50S. MONDAY EVENINGS SHOWERS
MANAGED TO LEAVE A FEW TENTHS OF AN INCH OF RAINFALL IN JOHNSON AND
FLOYD COUNTIES. ELSEWHERE...OTHER THAN A FEW TRACE AMOUNTS...MOST
AREAS REMAINED DRY. DURING THE LATE MORNING THERE WAS NOT A CLOUD TO
BE SEEN ON TOP OF SUGAR CAMP MOUNTAIN WHILE DENSE FOG WAS STILL
LIFTING FROM THE VALLEYS. EARLY FALL SUNSHINE WAS PLENTIFUL AND
PUSHED NOONTIME TEMPERATURES INTO THE LOWER 70S.

DRY AND MILD CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE THROUGH MID WEEK.
MORNING LOWS IN THE 50S AND DAYTIME HIGHS AROUND 80 ARE EXPECTED
THROUGH THURSDAY.

THE NEXT GOOD CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL ARRIVE ON FRIDAY AS A
COLD FRONT MOVES INTO THE OHIO VALLEY. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
BE POSSIBLE THURSDAY NIGHT IN AREAS TO THE WEST AND PROGRESS TO THE
EAST ON FRIDAY. HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL REACH THE LOW 70S AND DROP TO
THE UPPER 50S ON SATURDAY REMINDING EVERYONE THAT THE SEASONS ARE
CHANGING.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...A SMALL HEAT WAVE ENDED AT JACKSON
IN SEPTEMBER 1986...AFTER 5 RECORDED SETTING DAYS. FROM THE 26TH
THROUGH THE 29TH...THE MERCURY ROSE TO 87 DEGREES AND ON THE 30TH THE
TEMPERATURE TOPPED OUT AT 85 DEGREES. THESE WERE ALL NEW DAYTIME
RECORD HIGHS FOR SEPTEMBER. SEPTEMBER 1986 WAS THE 6TH WARMEST
SEPTEMBER THAT JACKSON HAD EXPERIENCED...WITH A MONTHLY MEAN AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 70.5 DEGREES.

$$

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