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Location Time
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Bowling Green00:53 Fog/Mist6413889NW 7NA29.74
Frankfort00:53 Fog/Mist5383797NW 123029.65
Ft. Knox00:58 Light Rain10+363493NW 162729.71
Huntingburg, IN01:35Overcast10+282586N 14 G 241729.84
Lexington00:54 Fog/Mist2.53939100NW 73429.64
Lou. Bowman00:53 Light Snow Fog/Mist2.5323092NW 10 G 232429.73
Lou. International00:56 Light Snow Fog/Mist1.75333192N 142329.73
Somerset01:35 Fog/Mist53636100W 63129.68
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 26 January 1937 → The Rolling Fork River set a record crest at Boston with a stage of 55.2 feet.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 26 January 1938 → The Niagara River's worst ice jam on record occurred at Niagara Falls, NY. The jam caused the Falls View Bridge to collapse, burying the Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission Plant under 18 feet of water and ice.
 26 January 1972 → Intense lake effect snow bands pounded Oswego, NY and produced amazing snowfall rates: 2.4 inches in 15 minutes, 4.8 inches in half an hour, 9.1 inches in an hour, and 16.5 inches in two hours.
 26 January 1980 → Grand Ilet, in the South Indian Ocean east of Madagascar, recorded the world record 12-hour rainfall as a whopping 46 inches fell.
 26 January 2011 → A record snowstorm hit three major U.S. cities; Philadelphia received 15.1 inches of snow, Washington D.C. received five inches of snow, and New York City reported one to two feet of snow in the region which shut down schools for only the 9th time since 1979. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.