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(mph)
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Index (ºF)
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(in)
Bowling Green23:53Fair10+776977S 67930.01
Frankfort23:53Fair10+757290S 37430.00
Ft. Knox23:58Partly Cloudy10+7474100S 36929.99
Huntingburg, IN
Lexington23:54A Few Clouds10+747191S 77230.02
Lou. Bowman23:53Fair10+797177SW 58229.98
Lou. International23:56Partly Cloudy10+807276S 88429.97
Somerset00:35Fair10+737089Calm7230.06
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 1 September 1932 → Lexington's warmest September low temperature: 78 degrees.
 1 September 1953 → The Rolling Fork River fell to a record low at Boston, KY with a stage of 2.7 feet.
 1 September 1995 → Lightning ignited a fire at a tobacco barn at a farm on Kennedy Bridge Road in Garrard County. About four acres of tobacco were lost.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 1 September 1869Cleveland Abbe, in Cincinnati, inaugurated a weather reporting and warning service for the city. Professor Abbe wrote to his father, "I have started that which the country will not let willingly die".
 1 September 1979 → A home in Centerville, TN was hit by lightning and totally destroyed. It marked the third time that the house had been hit by lightning since being built in 1970.
 1 September 2002 → Typhoon Rusa was the most powerful typhoon to hit South Korea in over 40 years. 132 people were reported dead or missing. Winds gusted up to 127 mph and up to 36 inches of rain fell in eastern and southern South Korea.

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