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AWUS83 KJKL 282030
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-292030-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
430 PM EDT MON JUL 28 2014

SEVERE WEATHER OVERSPREAD EASTERN KENTUCKY YESTERDAY AND LAST NIGHT.
AN EF1 TORNADO WAS CONFIRMED IN SOUTHERN LESLIE COUNTY THIS
AFTERNOON BY A STORM SURVEY TEAM FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN JACKSON...KENTUCKY. HAIL REPORTS FROM THESE STORMS RANGED
FROM AN INCH TO 4.35 INCHES IN DIAMETER. THE LARGEST REPORT OF HAIL
WAS RECEIVED FROM BEAR BRANCH IN LESLIE COUNTY. WIDESPREAD DOWNED
TREES AND POWER LINES WERE REPORTED AS WELL AS FLASH FLOODING.
RAINFALL TOTALS OVER THE LAST 24 FOUR HOURS ENDING AT 7 AM THIS
MORNING RANGED FROM A TRACE TO 3.09 INCHES. THE WEATHER QUIETED DOWN
AROUND MIDNIGHT ...WITH A FEW LINGERING ISOLATED SHOWERS MOVING
ACROSS THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE REGION. TEMPERATURE READINGS AT 7
AM WERE IN THE 60S...WHICH IS NEAR NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

BY MID AFTERNOON...A COOL...FALL LIKE DAY WAS IN PROGRESS ACROSS THE
COALFIELDS. A FEW LOCATIONS WERE STILL SEEING A FEW SPRINKLES...
ELSEWHERE PARTLY SUNNY SKIES AND TEMPERATURES GENERALLY IN THE LOWER
TO MID 70S PREVAILED. NORMAL HIGHS FOR TODAY ARE IN THE MID 80S.

THERE WILL CONTINUE TO BE A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS THIS
EVENING...HOWEVER THAT WILL TAPER OFF TONIGHT. CONDITIONS TONIGHT
WILL BE DRY WITH LOWS CONTINUING TO BE UNSEASONABLY COOL...DROPPING
DOWN INTO THE MID TO UPPER 50S. CONDITIONS WILL GENERALLY REMAIN DRY
THROUGH WEDNESDAY WITH HIGHS IN THE LOWER TO MID 70S. THE NEXT CHANCE
OF SHOWERS WILL OCCUR ON THURSDAY.

ON THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1993...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
RACED ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY AND CREATED WIDESPREAD DAMAGE DURING
THE EVENING. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWNED IN LEE...
OWSLEY...BELL...LETCHER...PERRY...HARLAN...AND BREATHITT COUNTIES.

$$

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000
AWUS83 KJKL 282030
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-292030-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
430 PM EDT MON JUL 28 2014

SEVERE WEATHER OVERSPREAD EASTERN KENTUCKY YESTERDAY AND LAST NIGHT.
AN EF1 TORNADO WAS CONFIRMED IN SOUTHERN LESLIE COUNTY THIS
AFTERNOON BY A STORM SURVEY TEAM FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN JACKSON...KENTUCKY. HAIL REPORTS FROM THESE STORMS RANGED
FROM AN INCH TO 4.35 INCHES IN DIAMETER. THE LARGEST REPORT OF HAIL
WAS RECEIVED FROM BEAR BRANCH IN LESLIE COUNTY. WIDESPREAD DOWNED
TREES AND POWER LINES WERE REPORTED AS WELL AS FLASH FLOODING.
RAINFALL TOTALS OVER THE LAST 24 FOUR HOURS ENDING AT 7 AM THIS
MORNING RANGED FROM A TRACE TO 3.09 INCHES. THE WEATHER QUIETED DOWN
AROUND MIDNIGHT ...WITH A FEW LINGERING ISOLATED SHOWERS MOVING
ACROSS THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE REGION. TEMPERATURE READINGS AT 7
AM WERE IN THE 60S...WHICH IS NEAR NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

BY MID AFTERNOON...A COOL...FALL LIKE DAY WAS IN PROGRESS ACROSS THE
COALFIELDS. A FEW LOCATIONS WERE STILL SEEING A FEW SPRINKLES...
ELSEWHERE PARTLY SUNNY SKIES AND TEMPERATURES GENERALLY IN THE LOWER
TO MID 70S PREVAILED. NORMAL HIGHS FOR TODAY ARE IN THE MID 80S.

THERE WILL CONTINUE TO BE A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS THIS
EVENING...HOWEVER THAT WILL TAPER OFF TONIGHT. CONDITIONS TONIGHT
WILL BE DRY WITH LOWS CONTINUING TO BE UNSEASONABLY COOL...DROPPING
DOWN INTO THE MID TO UPPER 50S. CONDITIONS WILL GENERALLY REMAIN DRY
THROUGH WEDNESDAY WITH HIGHS IN THE LOWER TO MID 70S. THE NEXT CHANCE
OF SHOWERS WILL OCCUR ON THURSDAY.

ON THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1993...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
RACED ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY AND CREATED WIDESPREAD DAMAGE DURING
THE EVENING. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWNED IN LEE...
OWSLEY...BELL...LETCHER...PERRY...HARLAN...AND BREATHITT COUNTIES.

$$

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000
AWUS83 KJKL 262000
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-272000-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
400 PM EDT SAT JUL 26 2014

A LITTLE CHILL TO THE AIR THIS MORNING AS TEMPERATURES DROPPED INTO
THE UPPER 50S AND LOW 60S. THIS WAS JUST A FEW DEGREES BELOW SEASON
NORMALS. FOG FILLED THE RIVER VALLEYS WHILE SKIES WERE MOSTLY ON THE
CLEAR SIDE. THE MORNING BROUGHT PLENTY OF SUNSHINE AND BY NOONTIME
TEMPERATURES ROSE TO THE MID AND UPPER 70S. CLOUDS QUICKLY OVERSPREAD
THE REGION AHEAD OF THE NEXT APPROACHING WEATHER SYSTEM. AS WE
CONTINUE TO HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND THE WEATHER LOOKS TO BECOME MORE
UNSETTLED WITH AN APPROACHING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM AND ASSOCIATED COLD
FRONT.

CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TO REMAIN MOSTLY DRY THROUGH SUNSET. WINDS
WILL BECOME MORE SOUTHERLY AS A COLD FRONT NEARS THE REGION FROM THE
NORTHWEST. EARLY SUNDAY MORNING CHANCES OF THUNDERSTORMS ARE
POSSIBLE ALONG AND NORTH OF I64. CHANCES OF THUNDERSTORMS WILL THEN
OVERSPREAD THE REGION ON SUNDAY. THE GREATEST PROBABILITY OF
THUNDERSTORMS HOWEVER...WILL BE SUNDAY EVENING. SOME OF THE STORMS ON
SUNDAY EVENING COULD BE SEVERE...WITH THE MAIN THREATS BEING DAMAGING
WINDS...LARGE HAIL...AND LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING. SUNDAY MORNING
TEMPERATURES WILL BE MILD...WITH LOWS EXPECTED AROUND 70 DEGREES IN
MOST LOCATIONS. DAYTIME HIGHS ON SUNDAY SHOULD REACH THE MID TO UPPER
80S IN MOST LOCATIONS.

ON THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2007...A STAGNANT WEATHER
PATTERN...WITH WARM...HUMID AND UNSTABLE AIR IN PLACE...COMBINED
WITH DAYTIME HEATING...ALLOWING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE AREA. NUMEROUS REPORTS OF LARGE HAIL AND
DAMAGING WINDS WERE RECEIVED FROM ACROSS THE REGION. THREE QUARTER TO
ONE INCH HAIL REPORTS CAME IN FROM AREAS FROM OWINGSVILLE SOUTHEAST
TO PIKEVILLE. ALSO ON THIS DATE IN 1993...A 4 DAY HEAT WAVE WAS
OCCURRING IN EAST KENTUCKY. FROM THE 25TH THROUGH THE 28TH THE
JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE RECORDED 4 CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGH
TEMPERATURES. ON THE 25TH AND 26TH NEW RECORD HIGHS OF 97 DEGREES
WERE RECORDED. NEW RECORD HIGHS OF 91 AND 94 DEGREES WERE ALSO
RECORDED ON THE 27TH AND 28TH....RESPECTIVELY. LONDON ALSO SET A
RECORD HIGH ON THE 26TH WITH A TEMPERATURE OF 96 DEGREES. CLIMATE
RECORDS FOR JACKSON DATE BACK TO 1981.

$$

DS












000
AWUS83 KJKL 262000
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-272000-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
400 PM EDT SAT JUL 26 2014

A LITTLE CHILL TO THE AIR THIS MORNING AS TEMPERATURES DROPPED INTO
THE UPPER 50S AND LOW 60S. THIS WAS JUST A FEW DEGREES BELOW SEASON
NORMALS. FOG FILLED THE RIVER VALLEYS WHILE SKIES WERE MOSTLY ON THE
CLEAR SIDE. THE MORNING BROUGHT PLENTY OF SUNSHINE AND BY NOONTIME
TEMPERATURES ROSE TO THE MID AND UPPER 70S. CLOUDS QUICKLY OVERSPREAD
THE REGION AHEAD OF THE NEXT APPROACHING WEATHER SYSTEM. AS WE
CONTINUE TO HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND THE WEATHER LOOKS TO BECOME MORE
UNSETTLED WITH AN APPROACHING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM AND ASSOCIATED COLD
FRONT.

CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TO REMAIN MOSTLY DRY THROUGH SUNSET. WINDS
WILL BECOME MORE SOUTHERLY AS A COLD FRONT NEARS THE REGION FROM THE
NORTHWEST. EARLY SUNDAY MORNING CHANCES OF THUNDERSTORMS ARE
POSSIBLE ALONG AND NORTH OF I64. CHANCES OF THUNDERSTORMS WILL THEN
OVERSPREAD THE REGION ON SUNDAY. THE GREATEST PROBABILITY OF
THUNDERSTORMS HOWEVER...WILL BE SUNDAY EVENING. SOME OF THE STORMS ON
SUNDAY EVENING COULD BE SEVERE...WITH THE MAIN THREATS BEING DAMAGING
WINDS...LARGE HAIL...AND LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING. SUNDAY MORNING
TEMPERATURES WILL BE MILD...WITH LOWS EXPECTED AROUND 70 DEGREES IN
MOST LOCATIONS. DAYTIME HIGHS ON SUNDAY SHOULD REACH THE MID TO UPPER
80S IN MOST LOCATIONS.

ON THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2007...A STAGNANT WEATHER
PATTERN...WITH WARM...HUMID AND UNSTABLE AIR IN PLACE...COMBINED
WITH DAYTIME HEATING...ALLOWING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE AREA. NUMEROUS REPORTS OF LARGE HAIL AND
DAMAGING WINDS WERE RECEIVED FROM ACROSS THE REGION. THREE QUARTER TO
ONE INCH HAIL REPORTS CAME IN FROM AREAS FROM OWINGSVILLE SOUTHEAST
TO PIKEVILLE. ALSO ON THIS DATE IN 1993...A 4 DAY HEAT WAVE WAS
OCCURRING IN EAST KENTUCKY. FROM THE 25TH THROUGH THE 28TH THE
JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE RECORDED 4 CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGH
TEMPERATURES. ON THE 25TH AND 26TH NEW RECORD HIGHS OF 97 DEGREES
WERE RECORDED. NEW RECORD HIGHS OF 91 AND 94 DEGREES WERE ALSO
RECORDED ON THE 27TH AND 28TH....RESPECTIVELY. LONDON ALSO SET A
RECORD HIGH ON THE 26TH WITH A TEMPERATURE OF 96 DEGREES. CLIMATE
RECORDS FOR JACKSON DATE BACK TO 1981.

$$

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