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Bowling Green12:53Fair10+521321S 13 G 21NA30.28
Frankfort12:53Fair10+461529S 7NA30.29
Ft. Knox12:58Fair10+471628S 14 G 18NA30.25
Huntingburg, IN13:15Fair10+482134S 14NA30.23
Lexington12:54Fair10+461326S 13NA30.29
Lou. Bowman12:53Fair10+461630SE 10NA30.27
Lou. International12:56Mostly Cloudy10+481628S 13NA30.27
Somerset13:15Fair10+461225CalmNA30.30
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 29 March 1974 → A brief tornado produced F2 damage at Lawrenceburg in Anderson County, injuring 2 people. An F2 twister struck Hardin County, with 8 injuries. Another F2 tornado hurt one person in Russell County as it destroyed two trailers and a barn just north of Jamestown. Anderson, Russell, and Hardin counties would all be struck by more twisters five days later.
 29 March 1985 → Lexington's warmest March low temperature: 65 degrees.
 29 March 1989 → A tornado produced F2 damage along US 62 in Grayson County from Clarkson to Big Clifty.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 29 March 1848 → An ice dam on Lake Erie near Buffalo, NY stopped the flow of water over Niagara Falls for 30 hours.
 29 March 1935 → A severe duststorm blanketed Amarillo, TX, for 84 hours. During one six hour period the visibility was near zero.
 29 March 2000 → A boater was killed by softball sized hail on Lake Worth, TX.

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