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A Few Clouds. Click for additional data and forecast.
A Few Clouds
83°F
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(ºF)
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(ºF)
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(%)
Wind
(mph)
Heat
Index (ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Bowling Green19:53Fair10+835437E 58230.03
Frankfort19:53Fair10+825743N 58230.04
Ft. Knox19:58Fair10+786667N 38030.03
Huntingburg, IN
Lexington19:54A Few Clouds10+806051NE 78130.06
Lou. Bowman19:53Partly Cloudy10+835437Calm8230.04
Lou. International19:56A Few Clouds10+835437SW 68230.03
Somerset20:15Fair10+796154Calm8030.06
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 1 August 1897 → Bowling Green's warmest low temperature on record: 81 degrees.
 1 August 1898 → The period covered by an official weather forecast was increased from 36 hours to 48 hours.
 1 August 1954 → An F2 tornado struck briefly in Orange County.
 1 August 1979 → An F0 tornado touched down for a moment in Jefferson County, IN north of Deputy.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 1 August 1674 → A strong tornado struck Utrecht, Netherlands. It damaged several churches and almost all of the town's windmills.
 1 August 1983 → A thunderstorm at Andrews AFB in Maryland produced a microburst wind gust of 149 mph. Air Force One with President Reagan aboard had landed there just 10 minutes earlier.
 1 August 1986 → A powerful thunderstorm produced 100 mph winds and large hail in eastern Kansas and southwestern Missouri causing 71 million dollars damage, and injuring 19 persons. Crops were mowed to the ground and roofs were blown off buildings along its path, 150 miles long and 30 miles wide, from near Abilene to southeast of Pittsburg.

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