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Location Time
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Chill (ºF)
Bowling Green01:53Fair10+251772CalmNA30.45
Ft. Knox01:58Fair10+221885CalmNA30.40
Huntingburg, IN02:15Fair10+211474CalmNA30.44
Lexington01:54Overcast10+271766W 62030.39
Lou. Bowman01:53Fair10+261975W 32330.42
Lou. International01:56A Few Clouds10+261975W 61930.42
Somerset02:15Overcast10+281969N 62230.43
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 28 November 1879 → A small tornado (unofficially F1) struck southeast Louisville, damaging over 100 buildings. A warehouse containing 500 barrels of whiskey was lost to the winds.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 28 November 1905 → Sailors on a ship that got stuck 100 miles off the shore of Lake Superior near Duluth, MN froze to death.
 28 November 1941 → 347 houses were damaged or destroyed by a tornado in Toyohashi, Japan, southwest of Tokyo. A dozen people were killed.
 28 November 1960 → A winter storm produced 20 to 40 foot waves on Lake Superior near Duluth. Duluth was buried by a foot of snow whipped by 70 mph winds. Property along the north shore of the lake was flooded and battered by high winds. Thousands of cords of hardwood were washed into the lake and up to 3 feet of water flooded the main street of Grand Marais, WI.
 28 November 1979 → A sightseeing tour of Antarctica turned into tragedy as a DC-10 filled with 237 passengers and 20 crewmembers crashed into the slopes of Mount Erebus. Low clouds and whiteout conditions forced pilots to rely on instrumentation and an incorrect flight plan which flew the plane into the side of Mount Erebus. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.