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000
AWUS83 KJKL 311914
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-011915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
314 PM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

THE SKIES OVER EASTERN KENTUCKY VARIED FROM CLEAR TO CLOUDY....WITH
CHILLY AND EVEN SOME FROSTY CONDITIONS PRESENT AS WELL. 7 AM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOWER 30S IN THE SHELTERED VALLEYS TO
THE MIDDLE 40S NORTH OF INTERSTATE 64. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MARCH
ARE AROUND 40 DEGREES. THE CLOUDS ERODED THROUGHOUT THE MORNING
WITH PLENTY OF SUNSHINE AROUND BY NOON. LUNCHTIME TEMPERATURES
WERE MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 60S.

THIS AFTERNOON SAW MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES PREVAIL ACROSS EASTERN
KENTUCKY. MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE
70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THE LAST DAY OF MARCH ARE IN THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE 60S.

EASTERN KENTUCKY WILL EXPERIENCE A WELL-DESERVED WARMING TREND
THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. HOWEVER... A SERIES OF
DISTURBANCES WILL BRING THE CHANCE FOR RAIN AND POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION BEGINNING THURSDAY AND LASTING THROUGH
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT. THINGS SHOULD DRY OUT ON SATURDAY
MORNING...LEAVING COOL AND PLEASANT WEATHER TO ENJOY OVER THE
WEEKEND.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1993...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
WERE MAKING THEIR WAY ACROSS EAST KENTUCKY. TREES AND POWER LINES
WERE DOWNED IN MANY LOCATIONS. 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
ELLIOTT COUNTY...CAUSING SOME MINOR FLASH FLOOD PROBLEMS. 2.5
INCH HAIL WAS REPORTED IN ESTILL AND KNOX COUNTIES WHILE JACKSON
AND BELL COUNTIES REPORTED 1 INCH HAIL.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 311914
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-011915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
314 PM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

THE SKIES OVER EASTERN KENTUCKY VARIED FROM CLEAR TO CLOUDY....WITH
CHILLY AND EVEN SOME FROSTY CONDITIONS PRESENT AS WELL. 7 AM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOWER 30S IN THE SHELTERED VALLEYS TO
THE MIDDLE 40S NORTH OF INTERSTATE 64. NORMAL LOWS FOR LATE MARCH
ARE AROUND 40 DEGREES. THE CLOUDS ERODED THROUGHOUT THE MORNING
WITH PLENTY OF SUNSHINE AROUND BY NOON. LUNCHTIME TEMPERATURES
WERE MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 60S.

THIS AFTERNOON SAW MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES PREVAIL ACROSS EASTERN
KENTUCKY. MID AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE
70S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR THE LAST DAY OF MARCH ARE IN THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE 60S.

EASTERN KENTUCKY WILL EXPERIENCE A WELL-DESERVED WARMING TREND
THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. HOWEVER... A SERIES OF
DISTURBANCES WILL BRING THE CHANCE FOR RAIN AND POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION BEGINNING THURSDAY AND LASTING THROUGH
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT. THINGS SHOULD DRY OUT ON SATURDAY
MORNING...LEAVING COOL AND PLEASANT WEATHER TO ENJOY OVER THE
WEEKEND.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1993...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
WERE MAKING THEIR WAY ACROSS EAST KENTUCKY. TREES AND POWER LINES
WERE DOWNED IN MANY LOCATIONS. 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
ELLIOTT COUNTY...CAUSING SOME MINOR FLASH FLOOD PROBLEMS. 2.5
INCH HAIL WAS REPORTED IN ESTILL AND KNOX COUNTIES WHILE JACKSON
AND BELL COUNTIES REPORTED 1 INCH HAIL.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 301902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-311915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT MON MAR 30 2015

SOME RAIN SHOWERS MOVED THROUGH THE COAL FIELDS DURING THE EARLY
MORNING HOURS...LEAVING BEHIND RAINFALL AMOUNTS MOSTLY AROUND A
TENTH OF AN INCH OR LESS. MILD CONDITIONS WERE ALSO ON TAP...WITH
7 AM TEMPERATURES MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 40S. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR ARE AROUND 40 DEGREES. THE PRECIPITATION MOVED OUT OF
THE COMMONWEALTH AROUND SUNRISE...LEAVING A MIXTURE OF SUN AND
CLOUDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
50S.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY TO SUNNY THIS AFTERNOON AS TEMPERATURES
PEAKED IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE
MARCH ARE IN THE LOWER 60S.

EASTERN KENTUCKY WILL EXPERIENCE A WELL-DESERVED WARMING TREND
THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. HOWEVER...A SERIES OF
DISTURBANCES WILL BRING THE CHANCE FOR RAIN AND POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION BEGINNING THURSDAY AND LASTING THROUGH
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT. THINGS SHOULD DRY OUT ON SATURDAY
MORNING...LEAVING COOL AND PLEASANT WEATHER TO ENJOY OVER THE
WEEKEND.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...BACK IN 1987...A STORM SPREAD
HEAVY SNOW ACROSS THE OHIO VALLEY AND LOWER GREAT LAKES REGION.
CLEVELAND OHIO RECEIVED SIXTEEN INCHES OF SNOW IN 24 HOURS. THIS WAS
THEIR SECOND HIGHEST SNOWFALL EVER RECORDED. 50 MILE AN HOUR WINDS
CAUSED 8 TO 12 FOOT WAVES ON LAKE HURON. THE STORM ALSO USHERED IN
UNSEASONABLY COLD WEATHER ACROSS THE SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN
UNITED STATES. NEARLY ONE HUNDRED RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE
RECORDED OVER A THREE DAY PERIOD. THE TEMPERATURE AT JACKSON ONLY
REACHED 33 DEGREES SETTING A NEW MINIMUM HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD. ON
THE 31ST OF MARCH...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE ONLY REACHED 33 DEGREES
SETTING ANOTHER MINIMUM HIGH RECORD. THE LOW TEMPERATURE AT
JACKSON ON THE 1ST OF APRIL DROPPED TO 24 DEGREES SETTING A NEW
RECORD LOW FOR THE DAY. THE STORM ALSO LEFT SEVEN TENTHS OF AN
INCH OF SNOW ON THE 31ST...SETTING A NEW SNOWFALL RECORD FOR THE
LAST DAY OF MARCH 1987. THE COLD WEATHER CONTINUED THROUGH THE 4TH
OF APRIL AND JACKSON RECORDED A NEW RECORD LOW OF 26 DEGREE. THE
SAME STORM PRODUCED RECORD SNOWFALL ON APRIL 4TH...5TH...AND 6TH.
THE RECORDS WERE 8.2 INCHES...5.6 INCHES...AND 3.2 INCHES
RESPECTIVELY. THIS SEVENTEEN INCH SNOWSTORM WAS ONE OF THE
HEAVIEST SNOWFALLS ON RECORD FOR JACKSON.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 301902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-311915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT MON MAR 30 2015

SOME RAIN SHOWERS MOVED THROUGH THE COAL FIELDS DURING THE EARLY
MORNING HOURS...LEAVING BEHIND RAINFALL AMOUNTS MOSTLY AROUND A
TENTH OF AN INCH OR LESS. MILD CONDITIONS WERE ALSO ON TAP...WITH
7 AM TEMPERATURES MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 40S. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR ARE AROUND 40 DEGREES. THE PRECIPITATION MOVED OUT OF
THE COMMONWEALTH AROUND SUNRISE...LEAVING A MIXTURE OF SUN AND
CLOUDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
50S.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY TO SUNNY THIS AFTERNOON AS TEMPERATURES
PEAKED IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE
MARCH ARE IN THE LOWER 60S.

EASTERN KENTUCKY WILL EXPERIENCE A WELL-DESERVED WARMING TREND
THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. HOWEVER...A SERIES OF
DISTURBANCES WILL BRING THE CHANCE FOR RAIN AND POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION BEGINNING THURSDAY AND LASTING THROUGH
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT. THINGS SHOULD DRY OUT ON SATURDAY
MORNING...LEAVING COOL AND PLEASANT WEATHER TO ENJOY OVER THE
WEEKEND.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...BACK IN 1987...A STORM SPREAD
HEAVY SNOW ACROSS THE OHIO VALLEY AND LOWER GREAT LAKES REGION.
CLEVELAND OHIO RECEIVED SIXTEEN INCHES OF SNOW IN 24 HOURS. THIS WAS
THEIR SECOND HIGHEST SNOWFALL EVER RECORDED. 50 MILE AN HOUR WINDS
CAUSED 8 TO 12 FOOT WAVES ON LAKE HURON. THE STORM ALSO USHERED IN
UNSEASONABLY COLD WEATHER ACROSS THE SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN
UNITED STATES. NEARLY ONE HUNDRED RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE
RECORDED OVER A THREE DAY PERIOD. THE TEMPERATURE AT JACKSON ONLY
REACHED 33 DEGREES SETTING A NEW MINIMUM HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD. ON
THE 31ST OF MARCH...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE ONLY REACHED 33 DEGREES
SETTING ANOTHER MINIMUM HIGH RECORD. THE LOW TEMPERATURE AT
JACKSON ON THE 1ST OF APRIL DROPPED TO 24 DEGREES SETTING A NEW
RECORD LOW FOR THE DAY. THE STORM ALSO LEFT SEVEN TENTHS OF AN
INCH OF SNOW ON THE 31ST...SETTING A NEW SNOWFALL RECORD FOR THE
LAST DAY OF MARCH 1987. THE COLD WEATHER CONTINUED THROUGH THE 4TH
OF APRIL AND JACKSON RECORDED A NEW RECORD LOW OF 26 DEGREE. THE
SAME STORM PRODUCED RECORD SNOWFALL ON APRIL 4TH...5TH...AND 6TH.
THE RECORDS WERE 8.2 INCHES...5.6 INCHES...AND 3.2 INCHES
RESPECTIVELY. THIS SEVENTEEN INCH SNOWSTORM WAS ONE OF THE
HEAVIEST SNOWFALLS ON RECORD FOR JACKSON.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 301902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-311915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT MON MAR 30 2015

SOME RAIN SHOWERS MOVED THROUGH THE COAL FIELDS DURING THE EARLY
MORNING HOURS...LEAVING BEHIND RAINFALL AMOUNTS MOSTLY AROUND A
TENTH OF AN INCH OR LESS. MILD CONDITIONS WERE ALSO ON TAP...WITH
7 AM TEMPERATURES MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 40S. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR ARE AROUND 40 DEGREES. THE PRECIPITATION MOVED OUT OF
THE COMMONWEALTH AROUND SUNRISE...LEAVING A MIXTURE OF SUN AND
CLOUDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
50S.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY TO SUNNY THIS AFTERNOON AS TEMPERATURES
PEAKED IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE
MARCH ARE IN THE LOWER 60S.

EASTERN KENTUCKY WILL EXPERIENCE A WELL-DESERVED WARMING TREND
THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. HOWEVER...A SERIES OF
DISTURBANCES WILL BRING THE CHANCE FOR RAIN AND POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION BEGINNING THURSDAY AND LASTING THROUGH
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT. THINGS SHOULD DRY OUT ON SATURDAY
MORNING...LEAVING COOL AND PLEASANT WEATHER TO ENJOY OVER THE
WEEKEND.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...BACK IN 1987...A STORM SPREAD
HEAVY SNOW ACROSS THE OHIO VALLEY AND LOWER GREAT LAKES REGION.
CLEVELAND OHIO RECEIVED SIXTEEN INCHES OF SNOW IN 24 HOURS. THIS WAS
THEIR SECOND HIGHEST SNOWFALL EVER RECORDED. 50 MILE AN HOUR WINDS
CAUSED 8 TO 12 FOOT WAVES ON LAKE HURON. THE STORM ALSO USHERED IN
UNSEASONABLY COLD WEATHER ACROSS THE SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN
UNITED STATES. NEARLY ONE HUNDRED RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE
RECORDED OVER A THREE DAY PERIOD. THE TEMPERATURE AT JACKSON ONLY
REACHED 33 DEGREES SETTING A NEW MINIMUM HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD. ON
THE 31ST OF MARCH...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE ONLY REACHED 33 DEGREES
SETTING ANOTHER MINIMUM HIGH RECORD. THE LOW TEMPERATURE AT
JACKSON ON THE 1ST OF APRIL DROPPED TO 24 DEGREES SETTING A NEW
RECORD LOW FOR THE DAY. THE STORM ALSO LEFT SEVEN TENTHS OF AN
INCH OF SNOW ON THE 31ST...SETTING A NEW SNOWFALL RECORD FOR THE
LAST DAY OF MARCH 1987. THE COLD WEATHER CONTINUED THROUGH THE 4TH
OF APRIL AND JACKSON RECORDED A NEW RECORD LOW OF 26 DEGREE. THE
SAME STORM PRODUCED RECORD SNOWFALL ON APRIL 4TH...5TH...AND 6TH.
THE RECORDS WERE 8.2 INCHES...5.6 INCHES...AND 3.2 INCHES
RESPECTIVELY. THIS SEVENTEEN INCH SNOWSTORM WAS ONE OF THE
HEAVIEST SNOWFALLS ON RECORD FOR JACKSON.

$$

CARICO





000
AWUS83 KJKL 301902
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-311915-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
302 PM EDT MON MAR 30 2015

SOME RAIN SHOWERS MOVED THROUGH THE COAL FIELDS DURING THE EARLY
MORNING HOURS...LEAVING BEHIND RAINFALL AMOUNTS MOSTLY AROUND A
TENTH OF AN INCH OR LESS. MILD CONDITIONS WERE ALSO ON TAP...WITH
7 AM TEMPERATURES MOSTLY IN THE MIDDLE 40S. NORMAL LOWS FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR ARE AROUND 40 DEGREES. THE PRECIPITATION MOVED OUT OF
THE COMMONWEALTH AROUND SUNRISE...LEAVING A MIXTURE OF SUN AND
CLOUDS. BY NOONTIME...TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE
50S.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY TO SUNNY THIS AFTERNOON AS TEMPERATURES
PEAKED IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S. TYPICAL HIGHS FOR LATE
MARCH ARE IN THE LOWER 60S.

EASTERN KENTUCKY WILL EXPERIENCE A WELL-DESERVED WARMING TREND
THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. HOWEVER...A SERIES OF
DISTURBANCES WILL BRING THE CHANCE FOR RAIN AND POSSIBLE
THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION BEGINNING THURSDAY AND LASTING THROUGH
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT. THINGS SHOULD DRY OUT ON SATURDAY
MORNING...LEAVING COOL AND PLEASANT WEATHER TO ENJOY OVER THE
WEEKEND.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...BACK IN 1987...A STORM SPREAD
HEAVY SNOW ACROSS THE OHIO VALLEY AND LOWER GREAT LAKES REGION.
CLEVELAND OHIO RECEIVED SIXTEEN INCHES OF SNOW IN 24 HOURS. THIS WAS
THEIR SECOND HIGHEST SNOWFALL EVER RECORDED. 50 MILE AN HOUR WINDS
CAUSED 8 TO 12 FOOT WAVES ON LAKE HURON. THE STORM ALSO USHERED IN
UNSEASONABLY COLD WEATHER ACROSS THE SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN
UNITED STATES. NEARLY ONE HUNDRED RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE
RECORDED OVER A THREE DAY PERIOD. THE TEMPERATURE AT JACKSON ONLY
REACHED 33 DEGREES SETTING A NEW MINIMUM HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD. ON
THE 31ST OF MARCH...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE ONLY REACHED 33 DEGREES
SETTING ANOTHER MINIMUM HIGH RECORD. THE LOW TEMPERATURE AT
JACKSON ON THE 1ST OF APRIL DROPPED TO 24 DEGREES SETTING A NEW
RECORD LOW FOR THE DAY. THE STORM ALSO LEFT SEVEN TENTHS OF AN
INCH OF SNOW ON THE 31ST...SETTING A NEW SNOWFALL RECORD FOR THE
LAST DAY OF MARCH 1987. THE COLD WEATHER CONTINUED THROUGH THE 4TH
OF APRIL AND JACKSON RECORDED A NEW RECORD LOW OF 26 DEGREE. THE
SAME STORM PRODUCED RECORD SNOWFALL ON APRIL 4TH...5TH...AND 6TH.
THE RECORDS WERE 8.2 INCHES...5.6 INCHES...AND 3.2 INCHES
RESPECTIVELY. THIS SEVENTEEN INCH SNOWSTORM WAS ONE OF THE
HEAVIEST SNOWFALLS ON RECORD FOR JACKSON.

$$

CARICO




000
AWUS83 KJKL 291949
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-302000-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
349 PM EDT SUN MAR 29 2015

RECORD SETTING COLD TEMPERATURES WERE EXPERIENCED ACROSS THE COAL
FIELDS THIS MORNING. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN
JACKSON RECORDED A NEW RECORD LOW OF 23 DEGREES. THE OLD RECORD
LOW FOR TODAY WAS 32 DEGREES LAST RECORDED IN 2014. 14 DEGREES
SEEMS TO BE THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN EAST KENTUCKY THIS
MORNING. BOTH THE THE MESONET SITE IN PAINTSVILLE AND BOONEVILLE
RECORDED 14 DEGREES FOR A LOW. THE COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS IN SANDY
HOOK AND MOUNT STERLING ALSO RECORDED 14 DEGREES FOR LOWS. LOWS
FOR THE END OF MARCH SHOULD BE AROUND 41 DEGREES. HIGH PRESSURE
CENTERED OVER WEST VIRGINIA HAS BEEN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COLD DRY
WEATHER ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH. EARLY SPRING SUNSHINE...AND A
SHIFT TO MORE SOUTHERLY WINDS...PUSHED TEMPERATURES INTO THE LOW
40S BY NOONTIME...AND PEAKED IN THE LOW 50S DURING THE AFTERNOON.

THIS AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO SHIFT TO THE SOUTHEAST
TONIGHT...ALLOWING THE NEXT WEATHER MAKER TO APPROACH FROM THE
NORTHWEST. AS THIS OCCURS...WARMER AIR WILL INVADE THE COAL
FIELDS. RAIN WILL MOVE BACK INTO THE REGION AFTER MIDNIGHT
TONIGHT AND END MONDAY MORNING. RAINFALL TOTALS ARE EXPECTED BE
LIGHT THROUGH THIS EVENT...AVERAGING BETWEEN ONE TO TWO TENTHS
ACCUMULATION.

DAYTIME HIGHS MONDAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER 50S TO NEAR 60
DEGREES...WHICH IS CLOSER TO SEASONAL NORMALS. TUESDAY LOOK TO BE
DRY WITH ANOTHER SYSTEM MOVING IN DURING THE MIDDLE PART OF THE
WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO WARM THROUGH THE WORK WEEK AS
WELL...REACHING THE LOW 70S BY THURSDAY. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL REBOUND TO THE 40S AND HIGHER AFTER TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...BACK IN 1998 EAST KENTUCKY WAS
UNDER AN EARLY SPRING HEAT WAVE. ON THE LAST FOUR MORNINGS OF
MARCH 1998 NEW MAXIMUM LOW TEMPERATURES RECORDS WERE SET. MORNING
LOWS OF 63...65...63...AND 67 DEGREES WERE RECORDED FROM THE 28TH
THROUGH 31ST, RESPECTIVELY. TWO NEW DAYTIME RECORD HIGHS WERE ALSO
RECORDED DURING THIS EVENT.

$$

DBS





000
AWUS83 KJKL 291949
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-302000-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
349 PM EDT SUN MAR 29 2015

RECORD SETTING COLD TEMPERATURES WERE EXPERIENCED ACROSS THE COAL
FIELDS THIS MORNING. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN
JACKSON RECORDED A NEW RECORD LOW OF 23 DEGREES. THE OLD RECORD
LOW FOR TODAY WAS 32 DEGREES LAST RECORDED IN 2014. 14 DEGREES
SEEMS TO BE THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN EAST KENTUCKY THIS
MORNING. BOTH THE THE MESONET SITE IN PAINTSVILLE AND BOONEVILLE
RECORDED 14 DEGREES FOR A LOW. THE COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS IN SANDY
HOOK AND MOUNT STERLING ALSO RECORDED 14 DEGREES FOR LOWS. LOWS
FOR THE END OF MARCH SHOULD BE AROUND 41 DEGREES. HIGH PRESSURE
CENTERED OVER WEST VIRGINIA HAS BEEN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COLD DRY
WEATHER ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH. EARLY SPRING SUNSHINE...AND A
SHIFT TO MORE SOUTHERLY WINDS...PUSHED TEMPERATURES INTO THE LOW
40S BY NOONTIME...AND PEAKED IN THE LOW 50S DURING THE AFTERNOON.

THIS AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO SHIFT TO THE SOUTHEAST
TONIGHT...ALLOWING THE NEXT WEATHER MAKER TO APPROACH FROM THE
NORTHWEST. AS THIS OCCURS...WARMER AIR WILL INVADE THE COAL
FIELDS. RAIN WILL MOVE BACK INTO THE REGION AFTER MIDNIGHT
TONIGHT AND END MONDAY MORNING. RAINFALL TOTALS ARE EXPECTED BE
LIGHT THROUGH THIS EVENT...AVERAGING BETWEEN ONE TO TWO TENTHS
ACCUMULATION.

DAYTIME HIGHS MONDAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER 50S TO NEAR 60
DEGREES...WHICH IS CLOSER TO SEASONAL NORMALS. TUESDAY LOOK TO BE
DRY WITH ANOTHER SYSTEM MOVING IN DURING THE MIDDLE PART OF THE
WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO WARM THROUGH THE WORK WEEK AS
WELL...REACHING THE LOW 70S BY THURSDAY. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL REBOUND TO THE 40S AND HIGHER AFTER TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...BACK IN 1998 EAST KENTUCKY WAS
UNDER AN EARLY SPRING HEAT WAVE. ON THE LAST FOUR MORNINGS OF
MARCH 1998 NEW MAXIMUM LOW TEMPERATURES RECORDS WERE SET. MORNING
LOWS OF 63...65...63...AND 67 DEGREES WERE RECORDED FROM THE 28TH
THROUGH 31ST, RESPECTIVELY. TWO NEW DAYTIME RECORD HIGHS WERE ALSO
RECORDED DURING THIS EVENT.

$$

DBS




000
AWUS83 KJKL 291949
RWSJKL

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-302000-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
349 PM EDT SUN MAR 29 2015

RECORD SETTING COLD TEMPERATURES WERE EXPERIENCED ACROSS THE COAL
FIELDS THIS MORNING. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN
JACKSON RECORDED A NEW RECORD LOW OF 23 DEGREES. THE OLD RECORD
LOW FOR TODAY WAS 32 DEGREES LAST RECORDED IN 2014. 14 DEGREES
SEEMS TO BE THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN EAST KENTUCKY THIS
MORNING. BOTH THE THE MESONET SITE IN PAINTSVILLE AND BOONEVILLE
RECORDED 14 DEGREES FOR A LOW. THE COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS IN SANDY
HOOK AND MOUNT STERLING ALSO RECORDED 14 DEGREES FOR LOWS. LOWS
FOR THE END OF MARCH SHOULD BE AROUND 41 DEGREES. HIGH PRESSURE
CENTERED OVER WEST VIRGINIA HAS BEEN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COLD DRY
WEATHER ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH. EARLY SPRING SUNSHINE...AND A
SHIFT TO MORE SOUTHERLY WINDS...PUSHED TEMPERATURES INTO THE LOW
40S BY NOONTIME...AND PEAKED IN THE LOW 50S DURING THE AFTERNOON.

THIS AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO SHIFT TO THE SOUTHEAST
TONIGHT...ALLOWING THE NEXT WEATHER MAKER TO APPROACH FROM THE
NORTHWEST. AS THIS OCCURS...WARMER AIR WILL INVADE THE COAL
FIELDS. RAIN WILL MOVE BACK INTO THE REGION AFTER MIDNIGHT
TONIGHT AND END MONDAY MORNING. RAINFALL TOTALS ARE EXPECTED BE
LIGHT THROUGH THIS EVENT...AVERAGING BETWEEN ONE TO TWO TENTHS
ACCUMULATION.

DAYTIME HIGHS MONDAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER 50S TO NEAR 60
DEGREES...WHICH IS CLOSER TO SEASONAL NORMALS. TUESDAY LOOK TO BE
DRY WITH ANOTHER SYSTEM MOVING IN DURING THE MIDDLE PART OF THE
WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO WARM THROUGH THE WORK WEEK AS
WELL...REACHING THE LOW 70S BY THURSDAY. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL REBOUND TO THE 40S AND HIGHER AFTER TUESDAY.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...BACK IN 1998 EAST KENTUCKY WAS
UNDER AN EARLY SPRING HEAT WAVE. ON THE LAST FOUR MORNINGS OF
MARCH 1998 NEW MAXIMUM LOW TEMPERATURES RECORDS WERE SET. MORNING
LOWS OF 63...65...63...AND 67 DEGREES WERE RECORDED FROM THE 28TH
THROUGH 31ST, RESPECTIVELY. TWO NEW DAYTIME RECORD HIGHS WERE ALSO
RECORDED DURING THIS EVENT.

$$

DBS




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