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AWUS83 KJKL 221902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-231915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

CHILLY TO COOL CONDITIONS WERE IN PLACE ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE
40S. SOME SHELTERED LOCATIONS SAW THE MERCURY BOTTOM OUT IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 30S OVERNIGHT. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MAY ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 50S. SOME AREAS OF DENSE FOG WERE ALSO AROUND THE
MORNING...WITH VISIBILITIES OF A HALF MILE OR LESS AT TIME. THE
FOG WAS GONE BY MID MORNING...AS PLENTIFUL MORNING SUNSHINE HELPED
WARM THE MERCURY INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 60S BY LUNCHTIME.

PLEASANT CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS THIS
AFTERNOON. UNDER MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES...MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES
WERE MOSTLY IN THE UPPER 60S AND LOWER 70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 70S.

LOOK FOR HIGH PRESSURE TO PROVIDE DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE NEXT FEW
DAYS. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE UPPER 70S AND LOWER TO
MIDDLE 80S SATURDAY AND SUNDAY RESPECTIVELY. THE NEXT DECENT
CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL ARRIVE NEXT WEEK.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2001...LIGHTNING STRUCK THE TOP
OF THE HOGG BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN JACKSON...CAUSING A LARGE SECTION
OF THE STONEWORK AND BRICKS TO FALL. THE DEBRIS FELL ON TOP OF AN
AWNING...CAUSING IT TO COLLAPSE AND BLOCK THE ENTRANCE TO A
RESTAURANT.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 221902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-231915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

CHILLY TO COOL CONDITIONS WERE IN PLACE ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE
40S. SOME SHELTERED LOCATIONS SAW THE MERCURY BOTTOM OUT IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 30S OVERNIGHT. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MAY ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 50S. SOME AREAS OF DENSE FOG WERE ALSO AROUND THE
MORNING...WITH VISIBILITIES OF A HALF MILE OR LESS AT TIME. THE
FOG WAS GONE BY MID MORNING...AS PLENTIFUL MORNING SUNSHINE HELPED
WARM THE MERCURY INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 60S BY LUNCHTIME.

PLEASANT CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS THIS
AFTERNOON. UNDER MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES...MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES
WERE MOSTLY IN THE UPPER 60S AND LOWER 70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 70S.

LOOK FOR HIGH PRESSURE TO PROVIDE DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE NEXT FEW
DAYS. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE UPPER 70S AND LOWER TO
MIDDLE 80S SATURDAY AND SUNDAY RESPECTIVELY. THE NEXT DECENT
CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL ARRIVE NEXT WEEK.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2001...LIGHTNING STRUCK THE TOP
OF THE HOGG BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN JACKSON...CAUSING A LARGE SECTION
OF THE STONEWORK AND BRICKS TO FALL. THE DEBRIS FELL ON TOP OF AN
AWNING...CAUSING IT TO COLLAPSE AND BLOCK THE ENTRANCE TO A
RESTAURANT.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 221902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-231915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

CHILLY TO COOL CONDITIONS WERE IN PLACE ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE
40S. SOME SHELTERED LOCATIONS SAW THE MERCURY BOTTOM OUT IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 30S OVERNIGHT. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MAY ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 50S. SOME AREAS OF DENSE FOG WERE ALSO AROUND THE
MORNING...WITH VISIBILITIES OF A HALF MILE OR LESS AT TIME. THE
FOG WAS GONE BY MID MORNING...AS PLENTIFUL MORNING SUNSHINE HELPED
WARM THE MERCURY INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 60S BY LUNCHTIME.

PLEASANT CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS THIS
AFTERNOON. UNDER MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES...MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES
WERE MOSTLY IN THE UPPER 60S AND LOWER 70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 70S.

LOOK FOR HIGH PRESSURE TO PROVIDE DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE NEXT FEW
DAYS. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE UPPER 70S AND LOWER TO
MIDDLE 80S SATURDAY AND SUNDAY RESPECTIVELY. THE NEXT DECENT
CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL ARRIVE NEXT WEEK.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2001...LIGHTNING STRUCK THE TOP
OF THE HOGG BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN JACKSON...CAUSING A LARGE SECTION
OF THE STONEWORK AND BRICKS TO FALL. THE DEBRIS FELL ON TOP OF AN
AWNING...CAUSING IT TO COLLAPSE AND BLOCK THE ENTRANCE TO A
RESTAURANT.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 221902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-231915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

CHILLY TO COOL CONDITIONS WERE IN PLACE ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY
THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE
40S. SOME SHELTERED LOCATIONS SAW THE MERCURY BOTTOM OUT IN THE
MIDDLE AND UPPER 30S OVERNIGHT. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MAY ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 50S. SOME AREAS OF DENSE FOG WERE ALSO AROUND THE
MORNING...WITH VISIBILITIES OF A HALF MILE OR LESS AT TIME. THE
FOG WAS GONE BY MID MORNING...AS PLENTIFUL MORNING SUNSHINE HELPED
WARM THE MERCURY INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 60S BY LUNCHTIME.

PLEASANT CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS THIS
AFTERNOON. UNDER MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES...MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES
WERE MOSTLY IN THE UPPER 60S AND LOWER 70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 70S.

LOOK FOR HIGH PRESSURE TO PROVIDE DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE NEXT FEW
DAYS. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE UPPER 70S AND LOWER TO
MIDDLE 80S SATURDAY AND SUNDAY RESPECTIVELY. THE NEXT DECENT
CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL ARRIVE NEXT WEEK.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2001...LIGHTNING STRUCK THE TOP
OF THE HOGG BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN JACKSON...CAUSING A LARGE SECTION
OF THE STONEWORK AND BRICKS TO FALL. THE DEBRIS FELL ON TOP OF AN
AWNING...CAUSING IT TO COLLAPSE AND BLOCK THE ENTRANCE TO A
RESTAURANT.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 211915
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-221915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
315 PM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

VERY LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS AND POCKETS OF DRIZZLE WERE IN PLACE
ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. IN FACT...DAMP CONDITIONS
EXISTED FOR MUCH OF THE COAL FIELDS FOR MOST OF THE DAY...AS AREAS
OF LIGHT PRECIPITATION LINGERED INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS WERE MOSTLY LIGHT...GENERALLY LESS THAN A TENTH OF AN
INCH THROUGH MID AFTERNOON.

THANKS TO THE CLOUDS AND DAMP CONDITIONS...THE TEMPERATURES DID
NOT CLIMB MUCH TODAY. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE
UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MAY ARE IN THE
MIDDLE 50S. BY MID AFTERNOON...EASTERN KENTUCKY TEMPERATURES WERE
MOSTLY NESTLED IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 50S. TYPICAL HIGHS ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 70S FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

LOOK FOR HIGH PRESSURE TO PROVIDE GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE
NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. THE NEXT DESCENT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL
ARRIVE LATE IN THE WEEKEND. AFTER A COOL THURSDAY...EASTERN KENTUCKY
WILL ENJOY HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE 70S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY..IN 1990...THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
SEVERE WEATHER ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE UNITED STATES
FOR THE SECOND DAY IN A ROW. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS SPAWNED 5
TORNADOES ...INCLUDING ONE WHICH INJURED A PERSON IN RICHMOND
KENTUCKY. IN MONTGOMERY AND BATH COUNTIES...NEARLY 3 INCHES OF RAIN
FELL IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME CAUSING AREA CREEKS AND STREAMS TO
COME OUT OF THEIR BANKS. NEARLY 8 FEET OF WATER WAS REPORTED OVER
SOME ROADS IN STEPSTONE IN BATH COUNTY. COWS WERE SWEPT AWAY BY
FLOOD WATER NEAR SALTWELL.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 211915
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-221915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
315 PM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

VERY LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS AND POCKETS OF DRIZZLE WERE IN PLACE
ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. IN FACT...DAMP CONDITIONS
EXISTED FOR MUCH OF THE COAL FIELDS FOR MOST OF THE DAY...AS AREAS
OF LIGHT PRECIPITATION LINGERED INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS WERE MOSTLY LIGHT...GENERALLY LESS THAN A TENTH OF AN
INCH THROUGH MID AFTERNOON.

THANKS TO THE CLOUDS AND DAMP CONDITIONS...THE TEMPERATURES DID
NOT CLIMB MUCH TODAY. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE
UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MAY ARE IN THE
MIDDLE 50S. BY MID AFTERNOON...EASTERN KENTUCKY TEMPERATURES WERE
MOSTLY NESTLED IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 50S. TYPICAL HIGHS ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 70S FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

LOOK FOR HIGH PRESSURE TO PROVIDE GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE
NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. THE NEXT DESCENT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL
ARRIVE LATE IN THE WEEKEND. AFTER A COOL THURSDAY...EASTERN KENTUCKY
WILL ENJOY HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE 70S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY..IN 1990...THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
SEVERE WEATHER ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE UNITED STATES
FOR THE SECOND DAY IN A ROW. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS SPAWNED 5
TORNADOES ...INCLUDING ONE WHICH INJURED A PERSON IN RICHMOND
KENTUCKY. IN MONTGOMERY AND BATH COUNTIES...NEARLY 3 INCHES OF RAIN
FELL IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME CAUSING AREA CREEKS AND STREAMS TO
COME OUT OF THEIR BANKS. NEARLY 8 FEET OF WATER WAS REPORTED OVER
SOME ROADS IN STEPSTONE IN BATH COUNTY. COWS WERE SWEPT AWAY BY
FLOOD WATER NEAR SALTWELL.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 211915
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-221915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
315 PM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

VERY LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS AND POCKETS OF DRIZZLE WERE IN PLACE
ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. IN FACT...DAMP CONDITIONS
EXISTED FOR MUCH OF THE COAL FIELDS FOR MOST OF THE DAY...AS AREAS
OF LIGHT PRECIPITATION LINGERED INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS WERE MOSTLY LIGHT...GENERALLY LESS THAN A TENTH OF AN
INCH THROUGH MID AFTERNOON.

THANKS TO THE CLOUDS AND DAMP CONDITIONS...THE TEMPERATURES DID
NOT CLIMB MUCH TODAY. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE
UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MAY ARE IN THE
MIDDLE 50S. BY MID AFTERNOON...EASTERN KENTUCKY TEMPERATURES WERE
MOSTLY NESTLED IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 50S. TYPICAL HIGHS ARE IN
THE MIDDLE 70S FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

LOOK FOR HIGH PRESSURE TO PROVIDE GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE
NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. THE NEXT DESCENT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL
ARRIVE LATE IN THE WEEKEND. AFTER A COOL THURSDAY...EASTERN KENTUCKY
WILL ENJOY HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE 70S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY..IN 1990...THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
SEVERE WEATHER ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE UNITED STATES
FOR THE SECOND DAY IN A ROW. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS SPAWNED 5
TORNADOES ...INCLUDING ONE WHICH INJURED A PERSON IN RICHMOND
KENTUCKY. IN MONTGOMERY AND BATH COUNTIES...NEARLY 3 INCHES OF RAIN
FELL IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME CAUSING AREA CREEKS AND STREAMS TO
COME OUT OF THEIR BANKS. NEARLY 8 FEET OF WATER WAS REPORTED OVER
SOME ROADS IN STEPSTONE IN BATH COUNTY. COWS WERE SWEPT AWAY BY
FLOOD WATER NEAR SALTWELL.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 202007
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-212000-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
407 PM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS UNDER MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WITH SOME INSTANCES
OF VALLEY FOG THIS MORNING. TEMPERATURES AT 7 AM WERE MUCH COOLER
THAN THOSE OF THE PREVIOUS FOUR MORNINGS...RANGING FROM THE MID
40S IN THE VALLEYS TO THE LOWER 50S ON THE RIDGES. TYPICAL LOWS
FOR THIS DAY IN MAY ARE IN THE MID 50S.

BY MID AFTERNOON...AN INCREASE IN CLOUD COVER FROM NORTHWEST TO
SOUTHEAST WAS OCCURRING. CONDITIONS...HOWEVER...REMAINED DRY WITH
TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM THE UPPER 60S IN THE NORTHERN PORTION OF
THE REGION TO THE UPPER 70S IN THE SOUTH. NORMAL HIGHS FOR TODAY
ARE IN THE MID 70S.

ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE MAINLY NEAR THE TENNESSEE
BORDER THIS EVENING...WITH NUMEROUS SHOWERS OVERSPREADING THE
REGION TONIGHT. LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE LOWER TO MID 50S.
ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS WILL REMAIN POSSIBLE THROUGH
THURSDAY EVENING...WITH THE BEST CHANCES OCCURRING IN THE
SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE REGION. DRY WEATHER AND LOW HUMIDITY
WILL RETURN TO THE AREA ON THURSDAY NIGHT AND REMAIN THROUGH
SATURDAY. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE MID TO UPPER 60S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...121 YEARS AGO IN 1894...A RARE
SNOWSTORM HIT EASTERN KENTUCKY. COLD CANADIAN AIR POURED SOUTHWARD
BETWEEN AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE SITUATED OVER THE UPPER PLAINS
AND AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE MOVING UP THE EAST COAST. ATLANTIC
MOISTURE WAS SENT AS FAR WEST AS KENTUCKY...PRODUCING AS MUCH AS 6
INCHES OF SNOW IN LEXINGTON AND MOUNT STERLING AND TRACE AMOUNTS
OF SNOW AS FAR SOUTH AS MIDDLESBORO. ACCORDING TO REMARKS MADE IN
HISTORICAL CLIMATE RECORDS...THE SNOW CAUSED CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE
TO CROPS...ESPECIALLY FRUIT TREES AND WHEAT.

$$

TAB




000
AWUS83 KJKL 202007
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-212000-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
407 PM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS UNDER MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WITH SOME INSTANCES
OF VALLEY FOG THIS MORNING. TEMPERATURES AT 7 AM WERE MUCH COOLER
THAN THOSE OF THE PREVIOUS FOUR MORNINGS...RANGING FROM THE MID
40S IN THE VALLEYS TO THE LOWER 50S ON THE RIDGES. TYPICAL LOWS
FOR THIS DAY IN MAY ARE IN THE MID 50S.

BY MID AFTERNOON...AN INCREASE IN CLOUD COVER FROM NORTHWEST TO
SOUTHEAST WAS OCCURRING. CONDITIONS...HOWEVER...REMAINED DRY WITH
TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM THE UPPER 60S IN THE NORTHERN PORTION OF
THE REGION TO THE UPPER 70S IN THE SOUTH. NORMAL HIGHS FOR TODAY
ARE IN THE MID 70S.

ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE MAINLY NEAR THE TENNESSEE
BORDER THIS EVENING...WITH NUMEROUS SHOWERS OVERSPREADING THE
REGION TONIGHT. LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE LOWER TO MID 50S.
ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS WILL REMAIN POSSIBLE THROUGH
THURSDAY EVENING...WITH THE BEST CHANCES OCCURRING IN THE
SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE REGION. DRY WEATHER AND LOW HUMIDITY
WILL RETURN TO THE AREA ON THURSDAY NIGHT AND REMAIN THROUGH
SATURDAY. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE MID TO UPPER 60S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...121 YEARS AGO IN 1894...A RARE
SNOWSTORM HIT EASTERN KENTUCKY. COLD CANADIAN AIR POURED SOUTHWARD
BETWEEN AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE SITUATED OVER THE UPPER PLAINS
AND AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE MOVING UP THE EAST COAST. ATLANTIC
MOISTURE WAS SENT AS FAR WEST AS KENTUCKY...PRODUCING AS MUCH AS 6
INCHES OF SNOW IN LEXINGTON AND MOUNT STERLING AND TRACE AMOUNTS
OF SNOW AS FAR SOUTH AS MIDDLESBORO. ACCORDING TO REMARKS MADE IN
HISTORICAL CLIMATE RECORDS...THE SNOW CAUSED CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE
TO CROPS...ESPECIALLY FRUIT TREES AND WHEAT.

$$

TAB





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