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Location Time
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Bowling Green15:53Fair10+543345W 17 G 28NA29.80
Frankfort15:53A Few Clouds10+483561SW 13 G 24NA29.75
Ft. Knox15:58A Few Clouds10+493661SW 15NA29.76
Huntingburg, IN16:15Partly Cloudy10+463462W 13NA29.79
Lexington15:54Overcast10+483971W 12 G 21NA29.76
Lou. Bowman15:53Overcast10+483356SW 14 G 22NA29.77
Lou. International15:56Mostly Cloudy10+493456W 16 G 23NA29.77
Somerset16:15Fair10+593642W 12NA29.78
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 24 November 1900 → Bowling Green's wettest November day, with 5.15 inches of rain.
 24 November 1912 → A record low water stage was set on the Kentucky River at High Bridge Lock with a reading of 4.7 feet.
 24 November 1950 → Coldest November high temperature at Louisville (14) and Bowling Green (17).
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 24 November 1863 → The Battle Above the Clouds at Lookout Mountain was fought as part of a three day struggle near Chattanooga, TN. A fog descending into the valley could be seen from atop the mountain and obscured parts of the battlefield. Union forces, which outnumbered Southern troops, fought to a victory.
 24 November 2001At least two dozen tornadoes touched down in Alabama, setting a record for the number of tornadoes in a single November day for the Crimson State. An F4 destroyed homes in Altoona. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.