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Fair
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Bowling Green01:53Fair10+645778CalmNA30.10
Frankfort01:53Fair8615890CalmNA30.08
Ft. Knox00:58Fair10+626090W 1NA30.08
Huntingburg, IN
Lexington00:54Fair10+645881CalmNA30.10
Lou. Bowman01:53Fair10+666081CalmNA30.08
Lou. International00:56Mostly Cloudy10+706071S 3NA30.08
Somerset01:35Fair76161100CalmNA30.12
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 31 July 1988 → Golf ball sized hail fell on Jasper and hail the size of quarters was observed in Ireland, both in Dubois County.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 31 July 1861 → The world record for one-year rainfall was set: 1,042 inches at Cherrapunji, India.
 31 July 1964 → Country singer "Gentleman Jim" Reeves flew his single-engine Beechcraft plane into a thunderstorm near Brentwood, TN. The plane crashed, killing Reeves and his manager. Reeves was 40 years old at the time of the crash.
 31 July 1976 → A stationary thunderstorm produced more than 10 inches of rain which funneled into the narrow Thompson River Canyon of northeastern Colorado. A mass of water 20 feet high and traveling at 50 mph wreaked a 25 mile path of destruction from Estes Park to Loveland. 144 people were killed, mostly in vehicles. Ten miles of U.S. Highway 34 were totally destroyed.
 31 July 1993 → Alabama finished its hottest July on record since 1879, while receiving less than half the normal rainfall. Meanwhile, the Great Flood of 1993 was reaching its peak in the Midwest and was eventually responsible for 48 deaths and $23.1 billion in damage.

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