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Bowling Green00:53Overcast10+484177CalmNA30.04
Ft. Knox00:58Partly Cloudy10+444188N 3NA30.03
Huntingburg, IN01:35A Few Clouds10+463976NE 7NA30.04
Lexington00:54Mostly Cloudy8423782SE 5NA30.03
Lou. Bowman00:53Overcast10+493866CalmNA30.05
Lou. International00:56Overcast10+503863S 7NA30.04
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 31 October 1887 → Bowling Green's coldest October temperature: 17 degrees.
 31 October 1925 → Bowling Green's coldest October high temperature: 37 degrees.
 31 October 1934 → A family of tornadoes (up to F2, unofficially) began near Gilpin, KY and skipped east through Lincoln County into eastern Kentucky. Most of the human toll was in the Gilpin and Mount Olive areas in Casey County.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 31 October 1991 → A severe winter storm dubbed the Great Halloween Mega Storm struck the upper Midwest. Minnesota bore the brunt of the storm. Blizzard conditions occurred with wind gusts frequently to 50 mph. By the time the storm finally ended on November 2, Duluth received 37 inches of snow, Minneapolis 28 inches, and International Falls 18 inches. For Duluth and Minneapolis, this set new all time records for single storm totals. These two cities received nearly half their normal seasonal snows in this one storm.
 31 October 1994 → American Eagle Flight 4184 was completing its last turn in holding before being cleared for landing at O'Hare Airport in Chicago. After holding in pattern for an hour in wintry precipitation, enough ice accumulated on the aircraft that the plane became uncontrollable and crashed in Roselawn, IN. All 68 on board the ATR-72-212 aircraft were killed. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.