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Bowling Green22:53Fair9332778CalmNA29.87
Frankfort22:53Fair9322885S 72529.81
Ft. Knox22:58Fair10+332986SW 33029.81
Huntingburg, IN23:15Fair10+372870S 93129.80
Lexington22:54Fair8312889S 92329.82
Lou. Bowman22:53Fair8363079S 53229.82
Lou. International22:56Fair8383073S 33629.82
Somerset23:15 Fog/Mist53030100CalmNA29.89
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 24 January 1937 → Anchorage, KY's wettest day on record, with 6.32 inches of rain. Record crests were reached on the Green River with 44.94 feet at Brownsville and 58.9 feet at Woodbury.
 24 January 1943 → Warmest January temperature at Louisville (79), Lexington (80), and Bowling Green (78).
 24 January 1963 → Coldest temperature on record at Lexington (-21) and Glasgow (-25).
 24 January 1964 → A total of three tornadoes produced F1 damage in Grayson and Hardin counties.
 24 January 1992 → Lightning struck a home along Wintergreen Drive in Radcliff, KY. The home was totally destroyed.
 24 January 1997 → An F2 tornado swept a 7 mile long path from just south of Glasgow to Wisdom, KY. The tornado damaged over 40 homes and 2 people were injured. Half dollar sized hail preceded the tornado by seconds. Total damage was estimated at $2 million.
 24 January 2002 → Thunderstorm winds to 104 mph damaged parts of Edmonson County. A 200 year old maple tree was blown on to a car by 92mph winds in White Mills (Hardin County).
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 24 January 1916 → The temperature at Browning, MT plunged 100 degrees in just 24 hours, from 44 to -56 as an arctic front plowed through. It stands as the U.S.'s most dramatic 24-hour temperature drop on record.
 24 January 1997 → Managers at a Tuscaloosa, AL supermarket saved lives when they ushered people in from the parking lot seconds before a tornado struck the store. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.