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AWUS83 KJKL 232010
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-242015-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
310 PM EST SUN NOV 23 2014

CLOUDY SKIES AND SOME MILD CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS EASTERN
KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE 30S ON THE SHELTERED VALLEYS TO AROUND 50 DEGREES ELSEWHERE.
NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 30S. SKIES
REMAINED CLOUDY FOR THE REST OF THE MORNING AS PRECIPITATION EDGED
CLOSER TO THE COAL FIELDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE
LOWER TO UPPER 50S.

RAIN SHOWERS MOVED INTO THE COAL FIELDS FROM THE SOUTH DURING THE
EARLY AFTERNOON. BY 3 PM...THE BACK EDGE OF THE PRECIPITATION WAS
GENERALLY ALONG THE MOUNTAIN PARKWAY. BUT A ROUND OF SHOWERS WAS
MOVING THROUGH EASTERN TENNESSEE AND WILL ENTER THE COMMONWEALTH BY
LATE AFTERNOON. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY LIGHT...MOSTLY UNDER
A TENTH OF AN INCH. THE RAIN HELD THE MERCURY IN CHECK...WITH MID
AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES MOSTLY IN THE 50S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE
NOVEMBER ARE IN THE MIDDLE 50S.

A WARM FRONT WILL LIFT NORTH ACROSS THE AREA THIS EVENING...BRINGING
SHOWERS TO THE AREA. AS THE FRONT EXITS TO THE NORTH LATE THIS
EVENING...ONLY A SMALL CHANCE OF RAIN WILL LINGER THROUGH THE SECOND
HALF OF THE NIGHT. A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE AREA ON
MONDAY...BRINGING ANOTHER CHANCE OF RAIN ALONG WITH VERY WINDY
CONDITIONS. IN THE WAKE OF THE FRONT...MUCH COOLER CONDITIONS WILL
RETURN BY TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1999...EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS
BASKING IN THE SECOND DAY OF INDIAN SUMMER. RECORD BREAKING HIGH
TEMPERATURES OCCURRED AT BOTH THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE AND THE
LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT. A HIGH OF 75 DEGREES AT JACKSON BROKE THE
PREVIOUS RECORD OF 74 SET IN 1983...AND A HIGH OF 74 DEGREES AT
LONDON BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 70 DEGREES...SET IN 1979. THE
OVERNIGHT LOW WAS ONLY 55 DEGREES AT JACKSON...TYING A WARMEST LOW
RECORD FOR THE DAY AS WELL. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON AND LONDON
DATE BACK TO 1981 AND 1954 RESPECTIVELY.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 232010
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-242015-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
310 PM EST SUN NOV 23 2014

CLOUDY SKIES AND SOME MILD CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS EASTERN
KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE 30S ON THE SHELTERED VALLEYS TO AROUND 50 DEGREES ELSEWHERE.
NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 30S. SKIES
REMAINED CLOUDY FOR THE REST OF THE MORNING AS PRECIPITATION EDGED
CLOSER TO THE COAL FIELDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE
LOWER TO UPPER 50S.

RAIN SHOWERS MOVED INTO THE COAL FIELDS FROM THE SOUTH DURING THE
EARLY AFTERNOON. BY 3 PM...THE BACK EDGE OF THE PRECIPITATION WAS
GENERALLY ALONG THE MOUNTAIN PARKWAY. BUT A ROUND OF SHOWERS WAS
MOVING THROUGH EASTERN TENNESSEE AND WILL ENTER THE COMMONWEALTH BY
LATE AFTERNOON. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY LIGHT...MOSTLY UNDER
A TENTH OF AN INCH. THE RAIN HELD THE MERCURY IN CHECK...WITH MID
AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES MOSTLY IN THE 50S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE
NOVEMBER ARE IN THE MIDDLE 50S.

A WARM FRONT WILL LIFT NORTH ACROSS THE AREA THIS EVENING...BRINGING
SHOWERS TO THE AREA. AS THE FRONT EXITS TO THE NORTH LATE THIS
EVENING...ONLY A SMALL CHANCE OF RAIN WILL LINGER THROUGH THE SECOND
HALF OF THE NIGHT. A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE AREA ON
MONDAY...BRINGING ANOTHER CHANCE OF RAIN ALONG WITH VERY WINDY
CONDITIONS. IN THE WAKE OF THE FRONT...MUCH COOLER CONDITIONS WILL
RETURN BY TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1999...EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS
BASKING IN THE SECOND DAY OF INDIAN SUMMER. RECORD BREAKING HIGH
TEMPERATURES OCCURRED AT BOTH THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE AND THE
LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT. A HIGH OF 75 DEGREES AT JACKSON BROKE THE
PREVIOUS RECORD OF 74 SET IN 1983...AND A HIGH OF 74 DEGREES AT
LONDON BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 70 DEGREES...SET IN 1979. THE
OVERNIGHT LOW WAS ONLY 55 DEGREES AT JACKSON...TYING A WARMEST LOW
RECORD FOR THE DAY AS WELL. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON AND LONDON
DATE BACK TO 1981 AND 1954 RESPECTIVELY.

$$

CARICO






000
AWUS83 KJKL 221933
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-231945-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
233 PM EST SAT NOV 22 2014

THERE WAS QUITE A RANGE IN SKY CONDITIONS AS WELL AS TEMPERATURES
THIS MORNING. 7 AM READINGS VARIED FROM THE LOWER 20S UNDER THE CLEAR
SKIES OF FAR EAST KENTUCKY...TO CLOUDY AND AROUND 40 DEGREES IN
NORTHERN AND SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE NOVEMBER
ARE IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 30S. THE REST OF THE MORNING SAW PARTLY
SUNNY SKIES WARM THE COAL FIELDS UP NICELY. BY
NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE MIDDLE 50S.

A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS WAS ON DISPLAY THIS AFTERNOON AS
UNSEASONABLY WARM CONDITIONS EASED INTO THE AREA. MID AFTERNOON
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR
THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 50S. IN FACT...IT HAS NOT BEEN
THIS WARM SINCE THE 1TH OF NOVEMBER WHEN IT WAS IN THE 70S.

LOOK FOR A WARM FRONT TO LIFT NORTH ACROSS THE AREA ON SUNDAY...WITH
SHOWERS DEVELOPING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS. THIS FRONT WILL
DEPART LATE SUNDAY EVENING...WITH ONLY A SMALL CHANCE OF RAIN
LINGERING THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT. A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE
AREA ON MONDAY...BRINGING ANOTHER CHANCE OF RAIN ALONG WITH VERY
WINDY CONDITIONS. IN THE WAKE OF THE FRONT...MUCH COOLER CONDITIONS
WILL RETURN BY TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1970...THUNDERSTORMS MOVED
ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY. IN MORGAN COUNTY...WIND BLEW DOWN A
BARN...WHILE IN LAUREL COUNTY...A FIRE CAUSED BY LIGHTNING WAS
RESPONSIBLE FOR DESTROYING A MOBILE HOME. ALSO EASTERN KENTUCKY
RECEIVED COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL IN 1991...WITH JACKSON TOTALING
2.99 INCHES AND LONDON MEASURING 2.18 INCHES. BOTH AMOUNTS STILL
STAND AS PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR TODAY/S DATE.

$$

CARICO






000
AWUS83 KJKL 221933
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-231945-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
233 PM EST SAT NOV 22 2014

THERE WAS QUITE A RANGE IN SKY CONDITIONS AS WELL AS TEMPERATURES
THIS MORNING. 7 AM READINGS VARIED FROM THE LOWER 20S UNDER THE CLEAR
SKIES OF FAR EAST KENTUCKY...TO CLOUDY AND AROUND 40 DEGREES IN
NORTHERN AND SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE NOVEMBER
ARE IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 30S. THE REST OF THE MORNING SAW PARTLY
SUNNY SKIES WARM THE COAL FIELDS UP NICELY. BY
NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE MIDDLE 50S.

A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS WAS ON DISPLAY THIS AFTERNOON AS
UNSEASONABLY WARM CONDITIONS EASED INTO THE AREA. MID AFTERNOON
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR
THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MIDDLE 50S. IN FACT...IT HAS NOT BEEN
THIS WARM SINCE THE 1TH OF NOVEMBER WHEN IT WAS IN THE 70S.

LOOK FOR A WARM FRONT TO LIFT NORTH ACROSS THE AREA ON SUNDAY...WITH
SHOWERS DEVELOPING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS. THIS FRONT WILL
DEPART LATE SUNDAY EVENING...WITH ONLY A SMALL CHANCE OF RAIN
LINGERING THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT. A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE
AREA ON MONDAY...BRINGING ANOTHER CHANCE OF RAIN ALONG WITH VERY
WINDY CONDITIONS. IN THE WAKE OF THE FRONT...MUCH COOLER CONDITIONS
WILL RETURN BY TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1970...THUNDERSTORMS MOVED
ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY. IN MORGAN COUNTY...WIND BLEW DOWN A
BARN...WHILE IN LAUREL COUNTY...A FIRE CAUSED BY LIGHTNING WAS
RESPONSIBLE FOR DESTROYING A MOBILE HOME. ALSO EASTERN KENTUCKY
RECEIVED COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL IN 1991...WITH JACKSON TOTALING
2.99 INCHES AND LONDON MEASURING 2.18 INCHES. BOTH AMOUNTS STILL
STAND AS PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR TODAY/S DATE.

$$

CARICO







000
AWUS83 KJKL 211941
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-221945-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
241 PM EST FRI NOV 21 2014

CLEAR AND FROSTY CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS
MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MIDDLE TEENS TO AROUND 20
DEGREES. THIS IS WELL BELOW NORMAL LOWS IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 30S.
EVEN THOUGH THERE WAS ABUNDANT SUNSHINE THROUGHOUT THE MORNING...THE
MERCURY TOOK A WHILE TO GET MOVING. BY LUNCHTIME...TEMPERATURES
WERE AROUND 30 DEGREES IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY...TO NEAR 40 DEGREES IN
SOUTHERN KENTUCKY.

SUNNY SKIES CONTINUED ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS AFTERNOON.
UNSEASONABLY CHILLY CONDITIONS ALSO HELD ON...WITH MID AFTERNOON
TEMPERATURES GENERALLY IN THE MIDDLE 30S TO LOWER 40S. TYPICAL HIGHS
FOR LATE NOVEMBER ARE IN THE MIDDLE 50S.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL HOLD ITS GRIP ON EASTERN KENTUCKY THROUGH
TOMORROW...PROVIDING A QUIET STRETCH OF WEATHER. HOWEVER...WE SHOULD
SEE A MODEST WARM UP AS WE HEAD INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND WITH HIGHS
SATURDAY BACK INTO THE MIDDLE 50S. A WARM FRONT WILL LIFT NORTH ACROSS
THE AREA ON SUNDAY...WITH SHOWERS DEVELOPING THROUGH THE DAY. THIS
FRONT WILL DEPART SUNDAY EVENING...WITH ONLY A SMALL CHANCE OF RAIN
LINGERING THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT. A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE
AREA ON MONDAY...BRINGING ANOTHER CHANCE OF RAIN ALONG WITH VERY
WINDY CONDITIONS. IN THE WAKE OF THE FRONT...MUCH COOLER CONDITIONS
WILL RETURN BY TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2000...A WINTER LIKE DAY WAS
UNDERWAY AT THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE. AFTER A RECORD SETTING
MORNING LOW OF 19 DEGREES...THE MERCURY ONLY PEAKED AT 30
DEGREES...WHICH TIED THE MINIMUM HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD FOR
NOVEMBER 21ST. IN ADDITION TO THE COLD WEATHER...THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE ALSO RECEIVED 0.4 INCHES OF SNOWFALL...WHICH ESTABLISHED A
NEW DAILY SNOWFALL RECORD....WHICH WAS BROKEN IN 2008. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR
JACKSON DATE BACK TO 1981.

$$

CARICO






000
AWUS83 KJKL 211941
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-221945-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
241 PM EST FRI NOV 21 2014

CLEAR AND FROSTY CONDITIONS WERE ON TAP ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS
MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MIDDLE TEENS TO AROUND 20
DEGREES. THIS IS WELL BELOW NORMAL LOWS IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 30S.
EVEN THOUGH THERE WAS ABUNDANT SUNSHINE THROUGHOUT THE MORNING...THE
MERCURY TOOK A WHILE TO GET MOVING. BY LUNCHTIME...TEMPERATURES
WERE AROUND 30 DEGREES IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY...TO NEAR 40 DEGREES IN
SOUTHERN KENTUCKY.

SUNNY SKIES CONTINUED ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS AFTERNOON.
UNSEASONABLY CHILLY CONDITIONS ALSO HELD ON...WITH MID AFTERNOON
TEMPERATURES GENERALLY IN THE MIDDLE 30S TO LOWER 40S. TYPICAL HIGHS
FOR LATE NOVEMBER ARE IN THE MIDDLE 50S.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL HOLD ITS GRIP ON EASTERN KENTUCKY THROUGH
TOMORROW...PROVIDING A QUIET STRETCH OF WEATHER. HOWEVER...WE SHOULD
SEE A MODEST WARM UP AS WE HEAD INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND WITH HIGHS
SATURDAY BACK INTO THE MIDDLE 50S. A WARM FRONT WILL LIFT NORTH ACROSS
THE AREA ON SUNDAY...WITH SHOWERS DEVELOPING THROUGH THE DAY. THIS
FRONT WILL DEPART SUNDAY EVENING...WITH ONLY A SMALL CHANCE OF RAIN
LINGERING THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT. A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE
AREA ON MONDAY...BRINGING ANOTHER CHANCE OF RAIN ALONG WITH VERY
WINDY CONDITIONS. IN THE WAKE OF THE FRONT...MUCH COOLER CONDITIONS
WILL RETURN BY TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2000...A WINTER LIKE DAY WAS
UNDERWAY AT THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE. AFTER A RECORD SETTING
MORNING LOW OF 19 DEGREES...THE MERCURY ONLY PEAKED AT 30
DEGREES...WHICH TIED THE MINIMUM HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD FOR
NOVEMBER 21ST. IN ADDITION TO THE COLD WEATHER...THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE ALSO RECEIVED 0.4 INCHES OF SNOWFALL...WHICH ESTABLISHED A
NEW DAILY SNOWFALL RECORD....WHICH WAS BROKEN IN 2008. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR
JACKSON DATE BACK TO 1981.

$$

CARICO







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