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AWUS83 KJKL 231846
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-241900-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
246 PM EDT THU OCT 23 2014

CLOUDS WERE IN PLACE ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. 7 AM
TEMPERATURES WERE SEASONABLE...MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 40S. THE CLOUD
COVER BROKE UP FROM WEST TO EAST DURING THE MORNING HOURS...MAKING
MOST OF THE COAL FIELDS SEE PLENTY OF SUNSHINE. NOONTIME TEMPERATURES
WERE GENERALLY IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 50S...ALTHOUGH LOCATIONS IN
FAR EASTERN KENTUCKY WERE STILL NESTLED IN THE 40S.

MORE SUNSHINE SPREAD ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS THIS AFTERNOON...ALTHOUGH
CLOUDS HUNG TOUGH OVER FAR SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY. MID AFTERNOON
TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 50S TO AROUND 60 DEGREES.
TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE OCTOBER ARE IN THE MIDDLE 60S.

GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS...THANKS
TO HIGH PRESSURE CONTROLLING THE AREA. AFTER ANOTHER CHILLY NIGHT
TONIGHT...THE MERCURY WILL CLIMB INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 60S. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL GRADUALLY GET A LITTLE WARMER EACH DAY INTO THE
WEEKEND. IN FACT...MANY LOCATIONS WILL SEE THE MERCURY WELL INTO THE
70S ON MONDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1947...THOUSANDS OF FISH FELL
FROM THE SKY IN MARKSVILLE LOUISIANA IN AN AREA 1000 FEET LONG BY 80
FEET WIDE. THIS WAS LIKELY CAUSED BY A NEARBY WATERSPOUT. IN
1091...THE EARLIEST...AND POSSIBLY MOST SEVERE...TORNADO EVER
RECORDED IN ENGLAND DESTROYED ST MARYS CHURCH AS WELL AS 600 HOMES.
MEANWHILE...CLOSER TO HOME...ON THIS DATE IN 2006...A TRACE OF SNOW
FELL AT THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE. THIS WAS THE SECOND EARLIEST
OCCURRENCE OF SNOW ON RECORD...BESTED ONLY BY THE SNOW THAT FELL ON
OCTOBER 19TH AND 20TH OF 1989. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON DATE BACK
TO 1981.

$$

CARICO






000
AWUS83 KJKL 231846
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-241900-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
246 PM EDT THU OCT 23 2014

CLOUDS WERE IN PLACE ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. 7 AM
TEMPERATURES WERE SEASONABLE...MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 40S. THE CLOUD
COVER BROKE UP FROM WEST TO EAST DURING THE MORNING HOURS...MAKING
MOST OF THE COAL FIELDS SEE PLENTY OF SUNSHINE. NOONTIME TEMPERATURES
WERE GENERALLY IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 50S...ALTHOUGH LOCATIONS IN
FAR EASTERN KENTUCKY WERE STILL NESTLED IN THE 40S.

MORE SUNSHINE SPREAD ACROSS THE COAL FIELDS THIS AFTERNOON...ALTHOUGH
CLOUDS HUNG TOUGH OVER FAR SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY. MID AFTERNOON
TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 50S TO AROUND 60 DEGREES.
TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE OCTOBER ARE IN THE MIDDLE 60S.

GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS...THANKS
TO HIGH PRESSURE CONTROLLING THE AREA. AFTER ANOTHER CHILLY NIGHT
TONIGHT...THE MERCURY WILL CLIMB INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 60S. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL GRADUALLY GET A LITTLE WARMER EACH DAY INTO THE
WEEKEND. IN FACT...MANY LOCATIONS WILL SEE THE MERCURY WELL INTO THE
70S ON MONDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1947...THOUSANDS OF FISH FELL
FROM THE SKY IN MARKSVILLE LOUISIANA IN AN AREA 1000 FEET LONG BY 80
FEET WIDE. THIS WAS LIKELY CAUSED BY A NEARBY WATERSPOUT. IN
1091...THE EARLIEST...AND POSSIBLY MOST SEVERE...TORNADO EVER
RECORDED IN ENGLAND DESTROYED ST MARYS CHURCH AS WELL AS 600 HOMES.
MEANWHILE...CLOSER TO HOME...ON THIS DATE IN 2006...A TRACE OF SNOW
FELL AT THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE. THIS WAS THE SECOND EARLIEST
OCCURRENCE OF SNOW ON RECORD...BESTED ONLY BY THE SNOW THAT FELL ON
OCTOBER 19TH AND 20TH OF 1989. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON DATE BACK
TO 1981.

$$

CARICO






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AWUS83 KJKL 221925
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-231930-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
325 PM EDT WED OCT 22 2014

EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS UNDER PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH AREAS
OF PATCHY VALLEY FOG THIS MORNING. TEMPERATURES AT 7 AM RANGED FROM
THE MID AND UPPER 30S IN THE VALLEYS TO THE MID 40S ON THE RIDGES.
NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE LOW TO MID 40S.

BY MID AFTERNOON...CONDITIONS ACROSS THE AREA WERE DRY WITH PARTLY
CLOUDY TO CLOUDY SKIES. TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE UPPER
40S TO MID 50S...WHICH IS COOL FOR THIS DAY IN OCTOBER. TYPICALLY...
THE HIGH FOR TODAY IS IN THE MID TO UPPER 60S.

CLOUDS WILL BE ON THE DECREASE TONIGHT AS THE STORM SYSTEM ALONG THE
MID ATLANTIC COAST DEPARTS AND AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN
FROM THE WEST. IT WILL LIKELY BRING FAIR WEATHER LASTING INTO THE
UPCOMING WEEKEND. LOWS TONIGHT WILL GENERALLY RANGE FROM THE MID 30S
TO AROUND 40. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER
60S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1987...AN EARLY SEASON COLD
SNAP HIT THE AREA SENDING TEMPERATURES WELL BELOW FREEZING. THE COLD
SPOTS WERE AT SOMERSET AND STEARNS WHERE THE MERCURY BOTTOMED OUT AT
A BONE CHILLING 17 DEGREES. GRAY HAWK AND BARBOURVILLE ALSO DIPPED
BELOW 20 DEGREES...REPORTING 18 AND 19 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY. THE LOW
TEMPERATURE AT THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT FELL TO 21 DEGREES...WHILE
AT THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE...THE MERCURY DROPPED TO 26 DEGREES.
CLIMATE RECORDS FOR LONDON AND JACKSON DATE BACK TO 1954 AND 1981
RESPECTIVELY.

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AWUS83 KJKL 211905
RWSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-221915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
305 PM EDT TUE OCT 21 2014

PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH AREAS OF DENSE VALLEY FOG WERE
PRESENT ACROSS THE COALFIELDS THIS MORNING. TEMPERATURE READINGS AT
7 AM RANGED FROM THE MID 4OS IN THE VALLEYS TO THE LOWER 50S ON THE
RIDGES. TYPICAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE MID 40S.

BY MID AFTERNOON...EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS UNDER MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES.
TEMPERATURES GENERALLY RANGED FROM THE MID TO UPPER 50S...WITH A FEW
LOCATIONS IN THE SOUTH REACHING INTO THE LOWER 60S. NORMAL HIGHS FOR
TODAY ARE GENERALLY IN THE MID TO UPPER 60S.

A LARGE STORM SYSTEM LOCATED WELL TO THE EAST COULD BRING SOME
SHOWERS OR SPRINKLES AT TIMES THROUGH WEDNESDAY. THE MOST LIKELY
PLACE FOR THIS TO OCCUR WOULD BE NEAR THE WEST VIRGINIA BORDER. BY
WEDNESDAY NIGHT...CLOUDS WILL DECREASE AS AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE
BUILDS IN FROM THE WEST. AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE IS EXPECTED TO
BRING AN INCREASE IN CLOUDS ON FRIDAY. HOWEVER...THE ATMOSPHERE WILL
LIKELY BE TOO DRY FOR RAIN TO OCCUR. LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE
UPPER 30S TO LOWER 40S AND HIGHS ON WEDNESDAY WILL BE IN THE MID
50S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 2007...TEMPERATURES SOARED INTO
THE 80S ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY. AT THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE...A
RECORD HIGH OF 83 DEGREES WAS RECORDED. THIS RECORD STILL STANDS
TODAY. THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT REPORTED A HIGH OF 80 DEGREES...BUT
DID NOT BREAK THE PREVIOUS RECORD HIGH OF 83 DEGREES SET IN 1979.
ELSEWHERE AROUND THE REGION...LEXINGTON AND HUNTINGTON HAD READINGS
OF 81...CHARLESTON HAD 83...AND BRISTOL HAD 82. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR
JACKSON AND LONDON DATE BACK TO 1981 AND 1954 RESPECTIVELY.

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