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Location Time
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Index (ºF)
Bowling Green10:53Fair10+837065Calm8730.06
Frankfort10:53Overcast7787282NE 68030.08
Ft. Knox10:58Fair10+807378Vrbl 28430.07
Huntingburg, IN
Lexington10:54A Few Clouds with Haze6807379NE 98430.09
Lou. Bowman10:53Fair10+817274Calm8530.07
Lou. International10:56A Few Clouds8837270Calm8830.07
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 28 August 1936 → Record heat in Kentucky included 100 degrees at Louisville and Lexington, and 106 at Bowling Green.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 28 August 1937 → A devastating cyclone hit Hong Kong, killing 11,000.
 28 August 1990 → Plainfield, IL was struck by an F5 tornado, destroying several businesses and Plainfield High School. An apartment complex in Crest Hill was hit and 8 residents were killed. While the extent of F5 damage was not widespread, many residents were affected by this fast-moving tornado. There was a total of 29 fatalities from this storm.
 28 August 2011 → After striking eastern North Carolina on the 27th as a Category 1 hurricane, Hurricane Irene weakened to a tropical storm as it moved into New York and New England. Widespread flooding occurred from New Jersey through New York to Vermont, with 14 river flooding records broken in the Empire State alone. Ten thousand flights were canceled and several interstates were closed. Forty people lost their lives. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.