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Bowling Green02:53Fair10+312372CalmNA30.30
Frankfort02:53Fair10+272281CalmNA30.28
Ft. Knox02:58Fair10+312268E 52630.27
Huntingburg, IN03:15Fair10+321960SE 32930.30
Lexington02:54Fair10+301861NE 32730.29
Lou. Bowman02:53Fair10+351952CalmNA30.30
Lou. International02:56Fair10+342159E 33230.30
Somerset02:55Fair10+302375N 32730.30
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 16 April 1982 → A tornado of F1 intensity traveled for two miles in Clinton County, damaging barns and houses. Browns Crossroads northwest of Albany was directly hit.
 16 April 1998 → Three people were killed, two in Barren County and one in Metcalfe County, as tornadoes moved through. The Glasgow area of Barren County and the Pellyton area of Adair County were hardest hit sustaining F3 damage. F2 damage was estimated across much of Metcalfe County. Also, Bowling Green was heavily damaged by an historic hailstorm.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 16 April 1879 → An F3 tornado struck a turpentine plantation on the east side of Walterboro, SC. About 45,000 boxes of turpentine, as well as 20,000 trees, were destroyed.
 16 April 1990 → Along a stationary front, thunderstorms were producing large hail and damaging winds across Oklahoma. Baseball size hail fell south of Carney and winds gusted up to 92 mph at the Will Rogers Airport.
 16 April 1998 → An F3 tornado hit downtown Nashville, TN. One person was killed and 60 were injured. The storm was one of 23 tornadoes to hit Tennessee on that date, including an F5 in Lawrence County that leveled brick homes. The tornado was on the ground for over 60 miles. 3 people were killed in Wayne County, TN.
 16 April 2011 → North Carolina was struck by its worst tornado outbreak in 27 years, including an EF3 that tore directly through the state capital of Raleigh.

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