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Bowling Green05:53Fair10+NANANACalmNA30.26
Frankfort05:53Fair10+424092CalmNA30.28
Ft. Knox05:58Fair10+454290E 2NA30.26
Huntingburg, IN
Lexington05:54Fair10+494277E 5NA30.29
Lou. Bowman05:53Fair10+484486CalmNA30.29
Lou. International05:56Fair10+514580CalmNA30.28
Somerset05:55Fair10+4545100CalmNA30.28
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 23 September 1988 → Hail 1.75 inches in diameter fell in Grayson County, 1 inch in diameter in Hardin County, and around dime size in Taylor County.
 23 September 2006 → Torrential rains brought devastating flooding to central Kentucky and extreme southern Indiana from the 22nd into the 23rd. Daily record rainfall amounts were experienced at Louisville, Lexington, Frankfort, and Bowling Green with up to nine inches of rain being recorded. Much of the rain fell during the overnight hours, and six lives were lost in central Kentucky.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 23 September 1551 → The Grand Harbour, located in Valeeta, Malta, was hit by a tornado which moved inland and caused extensive damage. A shipping armada in the harbor about to go into battle was destroyed by the tornado, killing at least 600 people.
 23 September 1815 → The poem "The September Gale," penned by Oliver Wendell Holmes, was written about a hurricane that struck New England on this date. Holmes was just six years old at the time.
 23 September 1983 → Super Typhoon Forrest underwent extremely rapid intensification as its central pressure crashed 92mb in just under 24 hours.

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