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000
AWUS83 KJKL 011837
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-021845-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
237 PM EDT TUE SEP 1 2015

MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WERE SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE LOWER 60S WITH
ONLY A COUPLE REPORTING SITES IN THE UPPER 50S. OVERALL...MORNING
LOWS ON THE 1ST DAY OF SEPTEMBER WERE A COUPLE DEGREES ABOVE
SEASON NORMALS. PATCHY DENSE FOG WAS REPORTED AT A FEW LOCATIONS
BUT BURNT OUT OF THE VALLEYS VERY EARLY.

A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS DOMINATED THE SKIES OF EASTERN
KENTUCKY TODAY. BY MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 80S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 80S.

HOT AND DRY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THIS WEEK. A STRAY
SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM COULD POP UP IN THE AFTERNOON HEAT DURING
ANY DAY THIS WEEK. HOWEVER...THE BEST CHANCE WILL BE THIS WEEKEND.
EVEN THIS WEEKEND MOST AREAS WILL REMAIN DRY WITH ONLY AROUND A 20
PERCENT CHANCE FOR PRECIPITATION EXPECTED. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM
INTO THE UPPER 80S FOR THE BULK OF THE WORK WEEK...AND AROUND 90
DEGREES ON FRIDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...SEPTEMBER 2011...STARTED OUT
WITH SOME SCORCHING TEMPERATURES ACROSS EAST KENTUCKY. THE WEATHER
OFFICE IN JACKSON RECORDED THREE CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGHS FROM
THE 1ST THROUGH THE 3RD. ON THOSE DAYS THE MERCURY ROSE TO
93...94...AND 96 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. LONDON ALSO RECORDED
RECORD HIGHS OF 96 DEGREES ON BOTH THE 2ND AND 3RD DAYS OF
SEPTEMBER 2011. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA PEAKED ON THE 3RD DAY
OF THE MONTH. ONEIDA AND FARMERS BOTH RECORDED RECORD HIGHS OF 99
DEGREES ON THE 3RD OF SEPTEMBER 2011.

$$

DBS




000
AWUS83 KJKL 011837
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-021845-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
237 PM EDT TUE SEP 1 2015

MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WERE SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE LOWER 60S WITH
ONLY A COUPLE REPORTING SITES IN THE UPPER 50S. OVERALL...MORNING
LOWS ON THE 1ST DAY OF SEPTEMBER WERE A COUPLE DEGREES ABOVE
SEASON NORMALS. PATCHY DENSE FOG WAS REPORTED AT A FEW LOCATIONS
BUT BURNT OUT OF THE VALLEYS VERY EARLY.

A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS DOMINATED THE SKIES OF EASTERN
KENTUCKY TODAY. BY MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 80S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 80S.

HOT AND DRY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THIS WEEK. A STRAY
SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM COULD POP UP IN THE AFTERNOON HEAT DURING
ANY DAY THIS WEEK. HOWEVER...THE BEST CHANCE WILL BE THIS WEEKEND.
EVEN THIS WEEKEND MOST AREAS WILL REMAIN DRY WITH ONLY AROUND A 20
PERCENT CHANCE FOR PRECIPITATION EXPECTED. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM
INTO THE UPPER 80S FOR THE BULK OF THE WORK WEEK...AND AROUND 90
DEGREES ON FRIDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...SEPTEMBER 2011...STARTED OUT
WITH SOME SCORCHING TEMPERATURES ACROSS EAST KENTUCKY. THE WEATHER
OFFICE IN JACKSON RECORDED THREE CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGHS FROM
THE 1ST THROUGH THE 3RD. ON THOSE DAYS THE MERCURY ROSE TO
93...94...AND 96 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. LONDON ALSO RECORDED
RECORD HIGHS OF 96 DEGREES ON BOTH THE 2ND AND 3RD DAYS OF
SEPTEMBER 2011. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA PEAKED ON THE 3RD DAY
OF THE MONTH. ONEIDA AND FARMERS BOTH RECORDED RECORD HIGHS OF 99
DEGREES ON THE 3RD OF SEPTEMBER 2011.

$$

DBS





000
AWUS83 KJKL 011837
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-021845-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
237 PM EDT TUE SEP 1 2015

MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WERE SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE LOWER 60S WITH
ONLY A COUPLE REPORTING SITES IN THE UPPER 50S. OVERALL...MORNING
LOWS ON THE 1ST DAY OF SEPTEMBER WERE A COUPLE DEGREES ABOVE
SEASON NORMALS. PATCHY DENSE FOG WAS REPORTED AT A FEW LOCATIONS
BUT BURNT OUT OF THE VALLEYS VERY EARLY.

A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS DOMINATED THE SKIES OF EASTERN
KENTUCKY TODAY. BY MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 80S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 80S.

HOT AND DRY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THIS WEEK. A STRAY
SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM COULD POP UP IN THE AFTERNOON HEAT DURING
ANY DAY THIS WEEK. HOWEVER...THE BEST CHANCE WILL BE THIS WEEKEND.
EVEN THIS WEEKEND MOST AREAS WILL REMAIN DRY WITH ONLY AROUND A 20
PERCENT CHANCE FOR PRECIPITATION EXPECTED. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM
INTO THE UPPER 80S FOR THE BULK OF THE WORK WEEK...AND AROUND 90
DEGREES ON FRIDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...SEPTEMBER 2011...STARTED OUT
WITH SOME SCORCHING TEMPERATURES ACROSS EAST KENTUCKY. THE WEATHER
OFFICE IN JACKSON RECORDED THREE CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGHS FROM
THE 1ST THROUGH THE 3RD. ON THOSE DAYS THE MERCURY ROSE TO
93...94...AND 96 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. LONDON ALSO RECORDED
RECORD HIGHS OF 96 DEGREES ON BOTH THE 2ND AND 3RD DAYS OF
SEPTEMBER 2011. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA PEAKED ON THE 3RD DAY
OF THE MONTH. ONEIDA AND FARMERS BOTH RECORDED RECORD HIGHS OF 99
DEGREES ON THE 3RD OF SEPTEMBER 2011.

$$

DBS




000
AWUS83 KJKL 011837
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-021845-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
237 PM EDT TUE SEP 1 2015

MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WERE SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE LOWER 60S WITH
ONLY A COUPLE REPORTING SITES IN THE UPPER 50S. OVERALL...MORNING
LOWS ON THE 1ST DAY OF SEPTEMBER WERE A COUPLE DEGREES ABOVE
SEASON NORMALS. PATCHY DENSE FOG WAS REPORTED AT A FEW LOCATIONS
BUT BURNT OUT OF THE VALLEYS VERY EARLY.

A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS DOMINATED THE SKIES OF EASTERN
KENTUCKY TODAY. BY MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 80S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 80S.

HOT AND DRY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THIS WEEK. A STRAY
SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM COULD POP UP IN THE AFTERNOON HEAT DURING
ANY DAY THIS WEEK. HOWEVER...THE BEST CHANCE WILL BE THIS WEEKEND.
EVEN THIS WEEKEND MOST AREAS WILL REMAIN DRY WITH ONLY AROUND A 20
PERCENT CHANCE FOR PRECIPITATION EXPECTED. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM
INTO THE UPPER 80S FOR THE BULK OF THE WORK WEEK...AND AROUND 90
DEGREES ON FRIDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...SEPTEMBER 2011...STARTED OUT
WITH SOME SCORCHING TEMPERATURES ACROSS EAST KENTUCKY. THE WEATHER
OFFICE IN JACKSON RECORDED THREE CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGHS FROM
THE 1ST THROUGH THE 3RD. ON THOSE DAYS THE MERCURY ROSE TO
93...94...AND 96 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. LONDON ALSO RECORDED
RECORD HIGHS OF 96 DEGREES ON BOTH THE 2ND AND 3RD DAYS OF
SEPTEMBER 2011. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA PEAKED ON THE 3RD DAY
OF THE MONTH. ONEIDA AND FARMERS BOTH RECORDED RECORD HIGHS OF 99
DEGREES ON THE 3RD OF SEPTEMBER 2011.

$$

DBS





000
AWUS83 KJKL 311852
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-011900-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
252 PM EDT MON AUG 31 2015

AREAS OF FOG AND SOME SEASONABLE TEMPERATURES WERE PRESENT ACROSS
THE COAL FIELDS THIS MORNING. MANY OF THE SHELTERED LOCATIONS SAW
VISIBILITIES OF LESS THAN A HALF MILE AT TIMES. 7 AM TEMPERATURES
THROUGHOUT EASTERN KENTUCKY WERE GENERALLY IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
60S...WHICH COMPARES TO NORMAL LOWS FOR THE LAST DAY OF AUGUST.
THE FOG BURNT OFF BY MID MORNING WITH A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUDS ON
TAP FOR THE REST OF THE MORNING HOURS. LUNCHTIME TEMPERATURES WERE
MOSTLY RIGHT AROUND THE 80 DEGREE MARK.

THIS AFTERNOON SAW JUST A FEW LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS IN SOUTHERN
KENTUCKY...ALTHOUGH THE REST OF EASTERN KENTUCKY JUST OBSERVED
SUN AND CLOUDS. MID AFTERNOON READINGS WERE MAINLY IN THE MIDDLE
80S...WHICH IS TYPICAL FOR HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF
YEAR.

LOOK FOR GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS TO MOVE INTO THE REGION
TONIGHT...AND LINGERING FOR THE REST OF THE WORK WEEK. ALTHOUGH
THERE IS A SMALL CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY
ALONG THE VIRGINIA BORDER. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE UPPER
80S FOR THE BULK OF THE WORK WEEK...AND AROUND 90 DEGREES ON
FRIDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1995...A WEEK LONG HEAT WAVE WAS
COMING TO AN END IN EASTERN KENTUCKY. ON THAT DAY THE JACKSON
WEATHER OFFICE RECORDED A NEW DAILY HIGH OF 99 DEGREES. DURING THE
LAST WEEK OF AUGUST 1995...JACKSON RECORDED FOUR NEW RECORD HIGH
TEMPERATURES...AND TWENTY YEARS LATER THEY ALL STILL STAND.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 311852
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-011900-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
252 PM EDT MON AUG 31 2015

AREAS OF FOG AND SOME SEASONABLE TEMPERATURES WERE PRESENT ACROSS
THE COAL FIELDS THIS MORNING. MANY OF THE SHELTERED LOCATIONS SAW
VISIBILITIES OF LESS THAN A HALF MILE AT TIMES. 7 AM TEMPERATURES
THROUGHOUT EASTERN KENTUCKY WERE GENERALLY IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
60S...WHICH COMPARES TO NORMAL LOWS FOR THE LAST DAY OF AUGUST.
THE FOG BURNT OFF BY MID MORNING WITH A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUDS ON
TAP FOR THE REST OF THE MORNING HOURS. LUNCHTIME TEMPERATURES WERE
MOSTLY RIGHT AROUND THE 80 DEGREE MARK.

THIS AFTERNOON SAW JUST A FEW LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS IN SOUTHERN
KENTUCKY...ALTHOUGH THE REST OF EASTERN KENTUCKY JUST OBSERVED
SUN AND CLOUDS. MID AFTERNOON READINGS WERE MAINLY IN THE MIDDLE
80S...WHICH IS TYPICAL FOR HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF
YEAR.

LOOK FOR GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS TO MOVE INTO THE REGION
TONIGHT...AND LINGERING FOR THE REST OF THE WORK WEEK. ALTHOUGH
THERE IS A SMALL CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY
ALONG THE VIRGINIA BORDER. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE UPPER
80S FOR THE BULK OF THE WORK WEEK...AND AROUND 90 DEGREES ON
FRIDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1995...A WEEK LONG HEAT WAVE WAS
COMING TO AN END IN EASTERN KENTUCKY. ON THAT DAY THE JACKSON
WEATHER OFFICE RECORDED A NEW DAILY HIGH OF 99 DEGREES. DURING THE
LAST WEEK OF AUGUST 1995...JACKSON RECORDED FOUR NEW RECORD HIGH
TEMPERATURES...AND TWENTY YEARS LATER THEY ALL STILL STAND.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 301902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-311915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT SUN AUG 30 2015

A MIXTURE OF CLEAR SKIES AND CLOUDS WERE OVER EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. A FEW OF THE SHELTERED VALLEYS HAD SOME LIGHT FOG AS
WELL. 7 AM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 60S.
NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE AUGUST ARE IN THE MIDDLE 60S. THERE WERE A
FEW RENEGADE SHOWERS OVER SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY DURING THE MID
MORNING BUT RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE LIGHT...A COUPLE HUNDREDTHS AT
BEST. ELSEWHERE SKIES WERE PARTLY SUNNY FOR MUCH OF THE MORNING
AS THE MERCURY CLIMBED INTO THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 70S BY LUNCHTIME.

THIS AFTERNOON SAW THE SKIES BECOME CLOUDY AS ISOLATED SHOWERS
DEVELOPED ACROSS SOUTHERN KENTUCKY. THE RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE
MOSTLY LIGHT. SKIES REMAINED CLOUDY OVER THE NORTH PORTION OF THE
COAL FIELDS. MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES ARE IN THE UPPER 70S AND
LOWER 80S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE
80S.

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE EXPECTED
THROUGH MONDAY...MAINLY DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING
HOURS. GENERALLY DRY WEATHER WILL THEN RETURN FOR TUESDAY. HIGHS WILL
WARM EACH DAY INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK...STARTING OUT IN THE MIDDLE
80S FOR MONDAY...AND THEN REACHING THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 80S BY
TUESDAY. LOWS WILL AVERAGE IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 60S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1978...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
SPAWNED A TORNADO WHICH TOUCHED DOWN 5 MILES EAST OF CLAY CITY IN
POWELL COUNTY IN A LIGHTLY POPULATED AREA. THE TWISTER UPROOTED
NUMEROUS TREES AND TWO WELL CONSTRUCTED BARNS WERE DESTROYED. NO ONE
WAS INJURED.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 301902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-311915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT SUN AUG 30 2015

A MIXTURE OF CLEAR SKIES AND CLOUDS WERE OVER EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. A FEW OF THE SHELTERED VALLEYS HAD SOME LIGHT FOG AS
WELL. 7 AM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 60S.
NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE AUGUST ARE IN THE MIDDLE 60S. THERE WERE A
FEW RENEGADE SHOWERS OVER SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY DURING THE MID
MORNING BUT RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE LIGHT...A COUPLE HUNDREDTHS AT
BEST. ELSEWHERE SKIES WERE PARTLY SUNNY FOR MUCH OF THE MORNING
AS THE MERCURY CLIMBED INTO THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 70S BY LUNCHTIME.

THIS AFTERNOON SAW THE SKIES BECOME CLOUDY AS ISOLATED SHOWERS
DEVELOPED ACROSS SOUTHERN KENTUCKY. THE RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE
MOSTLY LIGHT. SKIES REMAINED CLOUDY OVER THE NORTH PORTION OF THE
COAL FIELDS. MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES ARE IN THE UPPER 70S AND
LOWER 80S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE
80S.

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE EXPECTED
THROUGH MONDAY...MAINLY DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING
HOURS. GENERALLY DRY WEATHER WILL THEN RETURN FOR TUESDAY. HIGHS WILL
WARM EACH DAY INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK...STARTING OUT IN THE MIDDLE
80S FOR MONDAY...AND THEN REACHING THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 80S BY
TUESDAY. LOWS WILL AVERAGE IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 60S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1978...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
SPAWNED A TORNADO WHICH TOUCHED DOWN 5 MILES EAST OF CLAY CITY IN
POWELL COUNTY IN A LIGHTLY POPULATED AREA. THE TWISTER UPROOTED
NUMEROUS TREES AND TWO WELL CONSTRUCTED BARNS WERE DESTROYED. NO ONE
WAS INJURED.

$$

CARICO




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