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AWUS83 KJKL 251939
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-261945-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
239 PM EST SUN JAN 25 2015

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR WITH SOME FROSTY CONDITIONS ACROSS EASTERN
KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MIDDLE 20S
IN THE SHELTERED VALLEY TO THE MIDDLE 30S ELSEWHERE. NORMAL LOWS FOR
LATE JANUARY ARE IN THE MIDDLE 20S. A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS
PREVAILED FOR THE REST OF THE MORNING HOURS...AS THE MERCURY EASED
INTO THE 40S BY NOONTIME.

CLOUDS OVERSPREAD THE COAL FIELDS THIS AFTERNOON...SIGNALING THE
APPROACH OF OUR NEXT STORM SYSTEM. MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE IN
THE MIDDLE 40S NORTH OF INTERSTATE 64...TO THE MIDDLE 50S IN SOUTH
CENTRAL KENTUCKY. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE
MIDDLE 40S. POCKETS OF DRIZZLE WERE IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY WITH RAIN
SHOWERS MOVING INTO CENTRAL KENTUCKY DURING THE MID AFTERNOON AS
WELL.

A QUICK MOVING CLIPPER SYSTEM WILL DIVE SOUTH AND EAST INTO THE
REGION BY LATE TODAY...BRINGING CHANCES OF PRECIPITATION THROUGH THE
START OF THE NEW WORK WEEK. THIS WILL COME IN THE FORM OF RAIN
CHANCES STARTING LATE THIS AFTERNOON BEFORE TRANSITIONING TO A RAIN SNOW
MIX FOLLOWED BY A CHANCE FOR JUST SNOW LATE TONIGHT INTO MONDAY
MORNING. MOST SNOW ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE LIGHT WITH HIGHEST AMOUNTS
EXPECTED TO BE FOUND IN THE HIGHER TERRAIN ABOVE 2000 FEET MAINLY
ALONG AND NEAR THE VIRGINIA BORDER.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1987...A WINTER STORM WAS
HAMMERING THE EASTERN UNITED STATES. PARTS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY SAW
UPWARDS OF 6 TO 12 INCHES OF SNOW OVER THE COURSE OF THE EVENT. THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE NEAR JACKSON SAW 5.8 INCHES ON THE
25TH...WHICH SET THE RECORD SNOWFALL FOR THE DATE. THIS...COMBINED
WITH THE HALF INCH LATE ON THE 24TH...PRODUCED A TOTAL OF OVER 6
INCHES. LONDON ALSO REPORTED 4.4 INCHES OF SNOWFALL ON THE
25TH...SETTING A NEW SNOWFALL RECORD FOR THAT LOCATION AS WELL.
CLIMATE REPORTS FOR JACKSON AND LONDON DATE BACK TO 1981 AND 1954
RESPECTIVELY.

&&

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN JACKSON KENTUCKY
PLANS TO DISCONTINUE THIS PRODUCT FEBRUARY 6TH 2015. IF YOU HAVE ANY
COMMENT ON THE DISCONTINUANCE OF THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY PLEASE
CONTACT METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE SHAWN HARLEY AT SHAWN.HARLEY@NOAA.GOV
OR AT 606-666-2560 EXTENSION 642.

$$

CARICO







000
AWUS83 KJKL 251939
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-261945-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
239 PM EST SUN JAN 25 2015

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR WITH SOME FROSTY CONDITIONS ACROSS EASTERN
KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. 7 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MIDDLE 20S
IN THE SHELTERED VALLEY TO THE MIDDLE 30S ELSEWHERE. NORMAL LOWS FOR
LATE JANUARY ARE IN THE MIDDLE 20S. A MIXTURE OF SUN AND CLOUDS
PREVAILED FOR THE REST OF THE MORNING HOURS...AS THE MERCURY EASED
INTO THE 40S BY NOONTIME.

CLOUDS OVERSPREAD THE COAL FIELDS THIS AFTERNOON...SIGNALING THE
APPROACH OF OUR NEXT STORM SYSTEM. MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE IN
THE MIDDLE 40S NORTH OF INTERSTATE 64...TO THE MIDDLE 50S IN SOUTH
CENTRAL KENTUCKY. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE
MIDDLE 40S. POCKETS OF DRIZZLE WERE IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY WITH RAIN
SHOWERS MOVING INTO CENTRAL KENTUCKY DURING THE MID AFTERNOON AS
WELL.

A QUICK MOVING CLIPPER SYSTEM WILL DIVE SOUTH AND EAST INTO THE
REGION BY LATE TODAY...BRINGING CHANCES OF PRECIPITATION THROUGH THE
START OF THE NEW WORK WEEK. THIS WILL COME IN THE FORM OF RAIN
CHANCES STARTING LATE THIS AFTERNOON BEFORE TRANSITIONING TO A RAIN SNOW
MIX FOLLOWED BY A CHANCE FOR JUST SNOW LATE TONIGHT INTO MONDAY
MORNING. MOST SNOW ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE LIGHT WITH HIGHEST AMOUNTS
EXPECTED TO BE FOUND IN THE HIGHER TERRAIN ABOVE 2000 FEET MAINLY
ALONG AND NEAR THE VIRGINIA BORDER.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1987...A WINTER STORM WAS
HAMMERING THE EASTERN UNITED STATES. PARTS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY SAW
UPWARDS OF 6 TO 12 INCHES OF SNOW OVER THE COURSE OF THE EVENT. THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE NEAR JACKSON SAW 5.8 INCHES ON THE
25TH...WHICH SET THE RECORD SNOWFALL FOR THE DATE. THIS...COMBINED
WITH THE HALF INCH LATE ON THE 24TH...PRODUCED A TOTAL OF OVER 6
INCHES. LONDON ALSO REPORTED 4.4 INCHES OF SNOWFALL ON THE
25TH...SETTING A NEW SNOWFALL RECORD FOR THAT LOCATION AS WELL.
CLIMATE REPORTS FOR JACKSON AND LONDON DATE BACK TO 1981 AND 1954
RESPECTIVELY.

&&

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN JACKSON KENTUCKY
PLANS TO DISCONTINUE THIS PRODUCT FEBRUARY 6TH 2015. IF YOU HAVE ANY
COMMENT ON THE DISCONTINUANCE OF THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY PLEASE
CONTACT METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE SHAWN HARLEY AT SHAWN.HARLEY@NOAA.GOV
OR AT 606-666-2560 EXTENSION 642.

$$

CARICO






000
AWUS83 KJKL 242043
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-252100-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
343 PM EST SAT JAN 24 2015

EAST KENTUCKY AWOKE THIS MORNING TO FIND A BLANKET OF NEW SNOW
COVERING THE REGION. A LARGE MAJORITY OF THE AREA RECEIVED BETWEEN 1
AND 2 INCHES OF SNOWFALL. SNOWFALL WAS HEAVIEST IN AREAS TO THE NORTH.
AREAS ALONG AND NORTH OF THE MOUNTAIN PARKWAY RECEIVED AROUND 3
INCHES...WITH FLEMING COUNTY REPORTING A 5 INCH SNOWFALL THIS MORNING.
MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 20S AND LOW 30S. THE
COMBINATION OF MILDER MORNING READINGS ALONG WITH ROAD CREWS OUT IN
FULL FORCE...ALLOWED FOR GOOD ROAD CONDITIONS. THE SNOW ENDED
SHORTLY AFTER SUNRISE...AND BY NOONTIME TEMPERATURES HAD RISEN ONLY A
FEW DEGREES.

LINGERING CLOUD COVER AND THE BLANKET OF SNOW KEPT DAYTIME
TEMPERATURES SUPPRESSED IN THE LOW TO MID 30S. HEADING INTO THE
SECOND HALF OF THE WEEKEND...CONDITIONS LOOK MILD THROUGH MOST OF
SUNDAY. SUNDAY MORNING LOWS WILL BE IN THE LOW 30S AND SHOULD WARM
INTO THE MID AND UPPER 40S DURING THE AFTERNOON. UNFORTUNATELY RAIN
IS EXPECTED TO MOVE BACK INTO THE REGION SUNDAY AFTERNOON. THE RAIN
IS EXPECTED TO CHANGE OVER TO SNOW LATE SUNDAY WITH MOST OF THE SNOW
FALLING AFTER SUNRISE MONDAY.

SNOW WILL CONTINUE INTO MONDAY NIGHT WITH NO SIGNIFICANT
ACCUMULATIONS EXPECTED. COOLER WEATHER IS EXPECTED TO RETURN BY
TUESDAY MORNING. LOWS IN THE LOW AND MID 20S ARE EXPECTED THROUGH MID
WEEK WITH DAYTIME HIGHS IN THE MID 30S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...EAST KENTUCKY WAS IN THE DEEP
FREEZE IN BOTH 2014 AND IN 1963. THREE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE
RECORDED IN JACKSON FROM THE 22ND TO THE 24TH OF JANUARY 2014. THE
MERCURY DROPPED TO ZERO...ONE DEGREE ABOVE...AND MINUS 3 DEGREES
RESPECTIVELY. AS COLD AS THIS WAS...IT WAS NOT CLOSE TO THE RECORD
SETTING TEMPERATURES RECORDED AT LONDON DURING 1963. ON THE
23RD...24TH...AND 25TH OF JANUARY 1963...LONDON RECORDED A
BLISTERING MINUS 12...MINUS 18...AND MINUS 10 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY.

&&

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN JACKSON KENTUCKY
PLANS TO DISCONTINUE THIS PRODUCT FEBRUARY 6TH 2015. IF YOU HAVE ANY
COMMENT ON THE DISCONTINUANCE OF THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY PLEASE
CONTACT METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE SHAWN HARLEY AT SHAWN.HARLEY@NOAA.GOV
OR AT 606-666-2560 EXTENSION 642.

$$

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000
AWUS83 KJKL 242043
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-252100-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
343 PM EST SAT JAN 24 2015

EAST KENTUCKY AWOKE THIS MORNING TO FIND A BLANKET OF NEW SNOW
COVERING THE REGION. A LARGE MAJORITY OF THE AREA RECEIVED BETWEEN 1
AND 2 INCHES OF SNOWFALL. SNOWFALL WAS HEAVIEST IN AREAS TO THE NORTH.
AREAS ALONG AND NORTH OF THE MOUNTAIN PARKWAY RECEIVED AROUND 3
INCHES...WITH FLEMING COUNTY REPORTING A 5 INCH SNOWFALL THIS MORNING.
MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 20S AND LOW 30S. THE
COMBINATION OF MILDER MORNING READINGS ALONG WITH ROAD CREWS OUT IN
FULL FORCE...ALLOWED FOR GOOD ROAD CONDITIONS. THE SNOW ENDED
SHORTLY AFTER SUNRISE...AND BY NOONTIME TEMPERATURES HAD RISEN ONLY A
FEW DEGREES.

LINGERING CLOUD COVER AND THE BLANKET OF SNOW KEPT DAYTIME
TEMPERATURES SUPPRESSED IN THE LOW TO MID 30S. HEADING INTO THE
SECOND HALF OF THE WEEKEND...CONDITIONS LOOK MILD THROUGH MOST OF
SUNDAY. SUNDAY MORNING LOWS WILL BE IN THE LOW 30S AND SHOULD WARM
INTO THE MID AND UPPER 40S DURING THE AFTERNOON. UNFORTUNATELY RAIN
IS EXPECTED TO MOVE BACK INTO THE REGION SUNDAY AFTERNOON. THE RAIN
IS EXPECTED TO CHANGE OVER TO SNOW LATE SUNDAY WITH MOST OF THE SNOW
FALLING AFTER SUNRISE MONDAY.

SNOW WILL CONTINUE INTO MONDAY NIGHT WITH NO SIGNIFICANT
ACCUMULATIONS EXPECTED. COOLER WEATHER IS EXPECTED TO RETURN BY
TUESDAY MORNING. LOWS IN THE LOW AND MID 20S ARE EXPECTED THROUGH MID
WEEK WITH DAYTIME HIGHS IN THE MID 30S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...EAST KENTUCKY WAS IN THE DEEP
FREEZE IN BOTH 2014 AND IN 1963. THREE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE
RECORDED IN JACKSON FROM THE 22ND TO THE 24TH OF JANUARY 2014. THE
MERCURY DROPPED TO ZERO...ONE DEGREE ABOVE...AND MINUS 3 DEGREES
RESPECTIVELY. AS COLD AS THIS WAS...IT WAS NOT CLOSE TO THE RECORD
SETTING TEMPERATURES RECORDED AT LONDON DURING 1963. ON THE
23RD...24TH...AND 25TH OF JANUARY 1963...LONDON RECORDED A
BLISTERING MINUS 12...MINUS 18...AND MINUS 10 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY.

&&

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN JACKSON KENTUCKY
PLANS TO DISCONTINUE THIS PRODUCT FEBRUARY 6TH 2015. IF YOU HAVE ANY
COMMENT ON THE DISCONTINUANCE OF THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY PLEASE
CONTACT METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE SHAWN HARLEY AT SHAWN.HARLEY@NOAA.GOV
OR AT 606-666-2560 EXTENSION 642.

$$

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000
AWUS83 KJKL 231935
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-241945-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
235 PM EST FRI JAN 23 2015

IT WAS MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE REGION AS THE WORK WEEK WAS COMING
TO AN END. MORNING LOWS RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20 TO LOW 30S. AT
SUNRISE...RAIN WAS MOVING NORTH FROM TENNESSEE BUT HAD YET TO MOVE
INTO THE COMMONWEALTH. BY MID MORNING A FEW HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH OF
PRECIPITATION WAS REPORTED IN THE KENTUCKY COUNTIES BORDERING
TENNESSEE. SOME SLEET AND SNOW WERE ALSO REPORTED BEING MIXED IN WITH
THE RAIN. MID MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 30 TO 35 DEGREE
RANGE...AND BY NOONTIME...READINGS MANAGED TO CREEP UP A FEW DEGREES
REACHING THE MID AND UPPER 30S. SNOW AND SLEET HAD MOVED FURTHER
NORTH...AFFECTING LOCATIONS MAINLY ALONG AND NORTH OF THE MOUNTAIN
PARKWAY. ANOTHER BAND OF PRECIPITATION WAS JUST WEST OF INTERSTATE
75 MOVING TO THE NORTHEAST.

LOOK FOR PERIODS OF MOSTLY RAIN INTO THE EARLY EVENING HOURS. THIS
EVENINGS RAIN IS THEN EXPECTED TO CHANGE OVER TO SNOW LATER TONIGHT...
LEAVING A HALF INCH OR LESS OF SNOW ACCUMULATION FOR MOST LOCATIONS
BY SATURDAY MORNING. THE ONLY EXCEPTION WILL BE FOR ELEVATIONS ABOVE
2000 FEET...BORDERING VIRGINIA...WHERE 1 TO 2 INCHES WILL FALL.

SEASONAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED INTO THE WEEKEND WITH LOWS IN THE
UPPER 20S AND LOW 30S AND DAYTIME HIGHS IN THE 40S. ANY SNOW THAT
FALLS WILL QUICKLY DISAPPEAR ON SATURDAY DUE TO THE WARM
TEMPERATURES. ANOTHER ROUND OF RAIN AND SNOW IS EXPECTED SUNDAY
NIGHT INTO MONDAY NIGHT...WITH NO SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATIONS
EXPECTED. AFTER THIS WEEKENDS BOUTS OF RAIN AND SNOW...DRY AND COOLER
WEATHER IS EXPECTED TO RETURN BY TUESDAY MORNING. LOWS IN THE LOW AND
MID 20S ARE EXPECTED THROUGH MID WEEK WITH DAYTIME HIGHS IN THE MID 30S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1999...EAST KENTUCKY WAS
NEARING THE END OF A 3 DAY HEAT WAVE. FROM THE 21ST TO THE
23RD...JACKSON RECORDED THREE CONSECUTIVE RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES.
THE MERCURY ROSE TO 65...77...AND 68 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. ON THE
21ST AND 22ND...LONDON ALSO RECORDED RECORD HIGHS OF 67 AND 73
DEGREES. THE BUCKHORN LAKE COOP STATION REPORTED 79 DEGREES ON THIS
DAY IN 1999.

&&

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN JACKSON KENTUCKY
PLANS TO DISCONTINUE THIS PRODUCT FEBRUARY 6TH 2015. IF YOU HAVE ANY
COMMENT ON THE DISCONTINUANCE OF THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY PLEASE
CONTACT METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE SHAWN HARLEY AT SHAWN.HARLEY@NOAA.GOV
OR AT 606-666-2560 EXTENSION 642.

$$

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