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AWUS83 KJKL 112008
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-122015-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
308 PM EST THU FEB 11 2016

UNDER CLOUDY SKIES...CHILLY CONDITIONS WERE PRESENT THROUGHOUT
EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN
THE 15 TO 20 DEGREE RANGE...BELOW NORMAL LOWS IN THE UPPER 20S. A
FEW SNOW SHOWERS AND FLURRIES WERE ON TAP ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS
DURING THE MORNING HOURS AS WELL. BY THE AFTERNOON HOURS...THE
WINTRY PRECIPITATION WAS ALL GONE AS SKIES BECOME MOSTLY SUNNY.
MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE RANGING FROM THE MIDDLE 20S TO THE
LOWER 30S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THE MIDDLE PORTION OF FEBRUARY ARE
IN THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 40S.

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS WILL MOVE INTO THE REGION
FRIDAY MORNING...LASTING INTO FRIDAY NIGHT. ACCUMULATIONS WILL
GENERALLY REMAIN BELOW HALF AN INCH...EXCEPT FOR LOCATIONS IN THE
HIGHER TERRAIN WHICH MAY SEE CLOSER TO ONE INCH. BITTERLY COLD
TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE EACH MORNING THROUGH THE
WEEKEND...RANGING FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS TO AROUND 20 DEGREES. HIGH
TEMPERATURES ON SATURDAY WILL STRUGGLE TO GET OUT OF THE TEENS AS AN
ARCTIC BLAST MOVES THROUGH EARLY IN THE DAY. ANOTHER ROUND OF
ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL BE POSSIBLE BY LATE SUNDAY INTO EARLY NEXT
WEEK.

ON THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2006...ONE OF THE LAST DECENT
SNOWFALLS IN FEBRUARY WAS TAKING PLACE ACROSS EAST KENTUCKY. THE JACKSON
WEATHER OFFICE RECORDED 4.3 INCHES OF SNOWFALL FOR THE 11TH DAY OF
FEBRUARY. 4 TO 5 INCHES OF SNOW WAS REPORTED IN SOMERSET AND IRVINE.
VICTORY...WEST LIBERTY...SALYERSVILLE AND...GAUGE ALSO REPORTED 4
INCHES OF SNOWFALL.

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000
AWUS83 KJKL 102036
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-112045-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
336 PM EST WED FEB 10 2016

SCATTERED LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS WERE MOVING ACROSS THE
REGION THIS MORNING. TWENTY FOUR HOUR NEW SNOWFALL TOTALS VARIED
FROM A HALF INCH TO 2 INCHES ACROSS THE AREA...WITH THE HIGHER
AMOUNTS OCCURRING IN THE NORTHWESTERN PORTION OF THE REGION.
TEMPERATURES AT 7 AM RANGED FROM THE MID TO UPPER TEENS...WHICH IS
QUITE A BIT COOLER THAN TYPICAL LOWS IN THE UPPER 20S FOR THIS DAY
IN FEBRUARY.

EASTERN KENTUCKY REMAINED UNDER CLOUDY SKIES WITH PERIODS OF LIGHT
TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS DURING THE AFTERNOON. ACCUMULATIONS FROM
THESE SHOWERS WERE GENERALLY LIGHT...RANGING FROM A QUARTER TO A
HALF INCH OF NEW SNOW. THE MERCURY HARDLY MOVED AT ALL TODAY...
TOPPING OUT IN THE UPPER TEENS AT MOST LOCATIONS. TYPICAL HIGHS
FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MID TO UPPER 40S.

SNOW SHOWER ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THIS EVENING BEFORE
TAPERING OFF TO FLURRIES. TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO REMAIN
BELOW FREEZING THROUGH THURSDAY...WITH LOWS TONIGHT DROPPING DOWN
INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS TO LOW TEENS. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL RANGE
FROM THE MID 20S IN THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE REGION TO THE
LOWER TO MID 30S IN THE SOUTH.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...HEAVY RAINS SOAKED EASTERN
KENTUCKY FROM FEBRUARY 9TH THROUGH THE 11TH BACK IN 1994. RAINFALL
TOTALS RANGED FROM AROUND 3 INCHES TO NEARLY 6 AND A HALF INCHES
OVER THE 3 DAY PERIOD. SPECIFIC AMOUNTS INCLUDE...2.91 INCHES AT
THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT...3.65 INCHES AT THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE...3.70 INCHES AT FRENCHBURG...3.92 INCHES AT
BARBOURVILLE...4.60 INCHES AT MOUNT VERNON...5.33 INCHES AT BAXTER
IN HARLAN COUNTY...5.44 INCHES NEAR CLOSPLINT IN HARLAN COUNTY AND
6.46 INCHES AT WILLIAMSBURG. ON THE 10TH...SEVERAL HIGHWAYS IN THE
EASTERN PORTION OF PIKE COUNTY WERE FLOODED AS A RESULT OF THE
RAIN.

$$

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AWUS83 KJKL 102036
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-112045-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
336 PM EST WED FEB 10 2016

SCATTERED LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS WERE MOVING ACROSS THE
REGION THIS MORNING. TWENTY FOUR HOUR NEW SNOWFALL TOTALS VARIED
FROM A HALF INCH TO 2 INCHES ACROSS THE AREA...WITH THE HIGHER
AMOUNTS OCCURRING IN THE NORTHWESTERN PORTION OF THE REGION.
TEMPERATURES AT 7 AM RANGED FROM THE MID TO UPPER TEENS...WHICH IS
QUITE A BIT COOLER THAN TYPICAL LOWS IN THE UPPER 20S FOR THIS DAY
IN FEBRUARY.

EASTERN KENTUCKY REMAINED UNDER CLOUDY SKIES WITH PERIODS OF LIGHT
TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS DURING THE AFTERNOON. ACCUMULATIONS FROM
THESE SHOWERS WERE GENERALLY LIGHT...RANGING FROM A QUARTER TO A
HALF INCH OF NEW SNOW. THE MERCURY HARDLY MOVED AT ALL TODAY...
TOPPING OUT IN THE UPPER TEENS AT MOST LOCATIONS. TYPICAL HIGHS
FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MID TO UPPER 40S.

SNOW SHOWER ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THIS EVENING BEFORE
TAPERING OFF TO FLURRIES. TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO REMAIN
BELOW FREEZING THROUGH THURSDAY...WITH LOWS TONIGHT DROPPING DOWN
INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS TO LOW TEENS. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL RANGE
FROM THE MID 20S IN THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE REGION TO THE
LOWER TO MID 30S IN THE SOUTH.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...HEAVY RAINS SOAKED EASTERN
KENTUCKY FROM FEBRUARY 9TH THROUGH THE 11TH BACK IN 1994. RAINFALL
TOTALS RANGED FROM AROUND 3 INCHES TO NEARLY 6 AND A HALF INCHES
OVER THE 3 DAY PERIOD. SPECIFIC AMOUNTS INCLUDE...2.91 INCHES AT
THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT...3.65 INCHES AT THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE...3.70 INCHES AT FRENCHBURG...3.92 INCHES AT
BARBOURVILLE...4.60 INCHES AT MOUNT VERNON...5.33 INCHES AT BAXTER
IN HARLAN COUNTY...5.44 INCHES NEAR CLOSPLINT IN HARLAN COUNTY AND
6.46 INCHES AT WILLIAMSBURG. ON THE 10TH...SEVERAL HIGHWAYS IN THE
EASTERN PORTION OF PIKE COUNTY WERE FLOODED AS A RESULT OF THE
RAIN.

$$

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AWUS83 KJKL 102036
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-112045-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
336 PM EST WED FEB 10 2016

SCATTERED LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS WERE MOVING ACROSS THE
REGION THIS MORNING. TWENTY FOUR HOUR NEW SNOWFALL TOTALS VARIED
FROM A HALF INCH TO 2 INCHES ACROSS THE AREA...WITH THE HIGHER
AMOUNTS OCCURRING IN THE NORTHWESTERN PORTION OF THE REGION.
TEMPERATURES AT 7 AM RANGED FROM THE MID TO UPPER TEENS...WHICH IS
QUITE A BIT COOLER THAN TYPICAL LOWS IN THE UPPER 20S FOR THIS DAY
IN FEBRUARY.

EASTERN KENTUCKY REMAINED UNDER CLOUDY SKIES WITH PERIODS OF LIGHT
TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS DURING THE AFTERNOON. ACCUMULATIONS FROM
THESE SHOWERS WERE GENERALLY LIGHT...RANGING FROM A QUARTER TO A
HALF INCH OF NEW SNOW. THE MERCURY HARDLY MOVED AT ALL TODAY...
TOPPING OUT IN THE UPPER TEENS AT MOST LOCATIONS. TYPICAL HIGHS
FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MID TO UPPER 40S.

SNOW SHOWER ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THIS EVENING BEFORE
TAPERING OFF TO FLURRIES. TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO REMAIN
BELOW FREEZING THROUGH THURSDAY...WITH LOWS TONIGHT DROPPING DOWN
INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS TO LOW TEENS. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL RANGE
FROM THE MID 20S IN THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE REGION TO THE
LOWER TO MID 30S IN THE SOUTH.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...HEAVY RAINS SOAKED EASTERN
KENTUCKY FROM FEBRUARY 9TH THROUGH THE 11TH BACK IN 1994. RAINFALL
TOTALS RANGED FROM AROUND 3 INCHES TO NEARLY 6 AND A HALF INCHES
OVER THE 3 DAY PERIOD. SPECIFIC AMOUNTS INCLUDE...2.91 INCHES AT
THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT...3.65 INCHES AT THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE...3.70 INCHES AT FRENCHBURG...3.92 INCHES AT
BARBOURVILLE...4.60 INCHES AT MOUNT VERNON...5.33 INCHES AT BAXTER
IN HARLAN COUNTY...5.44 INCHES NEAR CLOSPLINT IN HARLAN COUNTY AND
6.46 INCHES AT WILLIAMSBURG. ON THE 10TH...SEVERAL HIGHWAYS IN THE
EASTERN PORTION OF PIKE COUNTY WERE FLOODED AS A RESULT OF THE
RAIN.

$$

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000
AWUS83 KJKL 092045
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-102045-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
345 PM EST TUE FEB 9 2016

LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS WERE MOVING ACROSS EASTERN
KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. TWENTY FOUR HOUR SNOWFALL TOTALS VARIED
FROM A HALF INCH TO 2 INCHES...WITH THE HIGHER AMOUNTS OCCURRING
IN LOCATIONS ALONG THE VIRGINIA BORDER. TEMPERATURES AT 7AM RANGED
FROM THE UPPER TEENS IN SHELTERED VALLEY LOCATIONS TO THE MID 20S
ON THE RIDGES. TYPICAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE UPPER
20S.

BY MID AFTERNOON...LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS CONTINUED TO
MOVE ACROSS THE COALFIELDS. ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL TOTALS RANGED FROM
A DUSTING TO AN HALF INCH AT MOST LOCATIONS. TEMPERATURES CLIMBED
INTO THE LOWER TO MID 20S...WHICH IS WELL BELOW NORMAL HIGHS IN
THE MID TO UPPER 40S FOR THIS DAY IN FEBRUARY.

SEVERAL WEAK UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCES WILL MAINTAIN THE SNOW
SHOWER ACTIVITY THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING BEFORE TAPERING OFF TO
FLURRIES. LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS WILL GRADUALLY ADD UP THROUGH
THE FIRST PORTION OF THE WEEK...WITH A FEW INCHES OF POWDERY SNOW
BY WEDNESDAY. EVEN HIGHER AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED IN THE HIGHER
TERRAIN TO OUR EAST AND SOUTHEAST. TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO
REMAIN BELOW FREEZING THROUGH THURSDAY. LOWS TONIGHT DROP ALL THE
WAY DOWN INTO THE MID TO UPPER TEENS WHILE HIGHS ON WEDNESDAY WILL
ONLY REACH INTO THE LOWER TO MID 20S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2001...EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS
IN THE MIDST OF A WARM AND RECORD SETTING PERIOD. THE JACKSON
WEATHER OFFICE ESTABLISHED RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES OF 72 ON BOTH
THE 8TH AND THE 9TH...WHILE LONDON SET RECORDS OF 69 AND 70 FOR
THE 8TH AND 9TH RESPECTIVELY. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON DATE
BACK TO 1981...WHILE RECORDS FOR LONDON DATE BACK TO 1954.

$$

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