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AWUS83 KJKL 292014
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-302015-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
414 PM EDT FRI APR 29 2016

EASTERN KENTUCKY WAS UNDER AREAS OF DENSE FOG THIS MORNING WITH
TEMPERATURES AT 7 AM RANGING FROM THE UPPER 40S IN THE VALLEYS TO
THE MID 50S ON THE RIDGES. THESE READINGS ARE NEAR NORMAL FOR THE
LATTER PART OF APRIL. TWENTY FOUR HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS RANGED FROM
A TRACE TO AROUND A QUARTER OF AN INCH IN MOST LOCATIONS.

BY MID AFTERNOON...A BEAUTIFUL SPRING DAY WAS IN FULL SWING ACROSS
THE COALFIELDS. UNDER MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES...TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE MID TO UPPER 70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR
ARE IN THE LOWER TO MID 70S.

CONDITIONS WILL REMAIN DRY TONIGHT. HOWEVER...UNSETTLED WEATHER
WILL RETURN THIS WEEKEND AND LINGER INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. THERE IS
A POSSIBILITY OF A FEW STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS SUNDAY
AFTERNOON...WITH THE MAIN THREAT BEING STRONG WINDS AND LARGE HAIL.
LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE MID TO UPPER 50S. HIGHS ON SATURDAY
WILL BE IN THE 70S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1970...BETWEEN 2 AND 6 INCHES
OF RAIN FELL OVER PORTIONS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY IN A 24 HOUR
PERIOD. THIS CAUSED THE SOUTH FORK OF THE KENTUCKY RIVER TO RISE
3 TO 4 FEET ABOVE FLOOD STAGE IN OWSLEY COUNTY...CREATING AT
LEAST 500 THOUSAND DOLLARS IN DAMAGES TO AREA ROADS IN
BOONEVILLE.

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AWUS83 KJKL 282002
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-292015-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
402 PM EDT THU APR 28 2016

SHOWERS CONTINUED TO MOVE EAST ACROSS THE REGION THIS MORNING.
TWENTY FOUR HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS RANGED FROM 36 HUNDREDTHS OF AN
INCH TO 2.15 INCHES...WITH THE GREATEST AMOUNTS OCCURRING IN THE
SOUTHWESTERN PORTION OF THE REGION. TEMPERATURES AT 7 AM WERE IN
THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER 60S. TYPICAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR
RANGE FROM THE UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S.

BY MID AFTERNOON...SHOWERS HAD DISSIPATED...LEAVING PARTLY SUNNY
SKIES IN PLACE. TEMPERATURES CLIMBED INTO THE MID TO UPPER 70S AT
MOST LOCATIONS...WITH A FEW LOCATIONS FLIRTING WITH THE 80 DEGREE
MARK. NORMAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE LOWER 70S. BY
LATE AFTERNOON...SCATTERED SHOWERS WERE BEGINNING TO MOVE BACK
INTO THE REGION.

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO TRACK THROUGH THE OHIO
VALLEY TONIGHT...KEEPING CONTINUED CHANCES FOR SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS IN THE FORECAST FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE NIGHT.
DRY WEATHER IS ANTICIPATED FOR FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT...THOUGH
THIS REPRIEVE WILL BE SHORT LIVED AS UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL
RETURN OVER THE WEEKEND AND LINGER INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. LOWS
TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE LOWER TO MID 50S. HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 70S IN THE NORTH TO THE LOWER 80S IN THE
SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE REGION.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1990...STRONG THUNDERSTORMS
PRODUCED LARGE HAIL AND HIGH WINDS ACROSS PORTIONS OF EASTERN
KENTUCKY. HAIL THE SIZE OF WALNUTS WAS REPORTED IN BELL AND LESLIE
COUNTIES. HIGH WINDS WERE ALSO REPORTED IN BELL...BREATHITT...AND
PERRY COUNTIES AS LARGE TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWNED. IN
BELL COUNTY...HIGH WINDS CAUSED A BOY TO LOSE CONTROL OF HIS
BIKE...SENDING HIM INTO A WINDOW OF A SCHOOL. HIS ARM WAS BADLY
CUT AND HE WAS TAKEN BY AIR TO THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE MEDICAL
CENTER.

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AWUS83 KJKL 271900
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-281900-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
300 PM EDT WED APR 27 2016

CLOUDY SKIES BLANKETED EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS MORNING WITH MILD
CONDITIONS. 7 AM TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY AROUND THE 60 DEGREE
MARK...ABOVE NORMAL LOWS NEAR 50 DEGREES. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND A
FEW THUNDERSTORMS MOVED NORTH OUT OF TENNESSEE INTO THE COAL
FIELDS THROUGHOUT THE DAY. BY MID AFTERNOON...THE LEADING EDGE OF
THE ACTIVE WEATHER WAS ALONG AND NEAR THE MOUNTAIN PARKWAY...STILL
MOVING NORTH. IN AREAS SEEING RAINFALL...TOTALS MOSTLY RANGED
FROM A TENTH TO A QUARTER OF AN INCH...ALTHOUGH A FEW ISOLATED
LOCATIONS IN SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY PICKED UP A HALF AN INCH OR
SO. MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE UPPER 60S
THROUGH THE LOWER 70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE APRIL ARE IN THE
LOWER 70S.

A STATIONARY FRONT OVER THE OHIO VALLEY AND DISTURBANCES MOVING
THROUGH THE REGION WILL BRING CHANCES FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
THROUGH TONIGHT. MEANWHILE...AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL TRACK
THROUGH THE OHIO VALLEY THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT...SENDING A COLD
FRONT ACROSS THE AREA. THIS SYSTEM WILL BRING CONTINUED CHANCES FOR
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. DRY WEATHER IS ANTICIPATED FOR FRIDAY AND
FRIDAY NIGHT...THOUGH UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL RETURN OVER THE
WEEKEND AND LINGER INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1971...AN F4 TORNADO MOVED EAST
FROM JUST EAST OF RUSSELL SPRINGS...TO SALEM AND FAUBUSH IN PULASKI
COUNTY. AT GOSSER RIDGE...TWO PEOPLE WERE KILLED ON A FARM AS MOST
OF THE BUILDINGS WERE SWEPT AWAY. ALONG THE PATH...35 HOMES...4
TRAILERS...60 BARNS AND 79 OTHER BUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED. AT ONE
POINT...THERE WERE TWO DISTINCT PATHS...AS TWO FUNNELS MOVED
PARALLEL TO ONE ANOTHER.

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CARICO





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