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Bowling Green21:53Fair10+553140NE 3NA30.04
Ft. Knox21:58Fair10+563139E 6NA30.04
Huntingburg, IN22:35Fair10+543244E 6NA30.05
Lou. Bowman21:53Fair10+603133E 3NA30.06
Lou. International21:56Fair10+583238E 6NA30.05
Somerset22:15Fair10+523247NE 3NA30.08
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 23 April 1960 → Louisville's warmest April temperature: 91 degrees.
 23 April 1968 → A tornado of F4 magnitude carved a 3 mile long path across Edmonson County. Also, an F2 twister injured 3 people along its 3 mile long path in Jessamine County at Nicholasville, where a barn was picked up and scattered over 70 acres.
 23 April 1970 → An F3 tornado struck Scott County, KY. A home was destroyed at Great Crossing.
 23 April 2011 → An EF0 tornado touched down west of Cynthiana at 6:09 in the morning. Trees, fences, barns, and outbuildings were damaged.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 23 April 1792 → John Thomas Romney Robinson, inventor of the cup anemometer, was born.
 23 April 1908 → An extensive tornado outbreak began around noon today in Minnesota, and wouldn't end until the evening of the 25th in Georgia. The strongest tornado of the event was an F5 (estimated) near Pender, NE today where a farm was swept away and debris was found 35 miles distant.
 23 April 1910 → The temperature at the Civic Center in Los Angeles hit 100 degrees to establish an April record for the city.
 23 April 1988 → In southern California, a winter-like storm brought thunderstorms. Nine girls in Tustin were injured when lightning struck the tree they were standing under to shield themselves from the rain. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.