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Bowling Green00:53Fair10+NANANACalmNA30.25
Frankfort00:53Fair10+464389CalmNA30.27
Ft. Knox00:58Fair10+514784NE 5NA30.25
Huntingburg, IN
Lexington00:54Fair10+514374N 6NA30.27
Lou. Bowman00:53Fair10+524783CalmNA30.28
Lou. International00:56Fair10+564875CalmNA30.27
Somerset00:55Fair10+4646100CalmNA30.27
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 22 September 1980 → An F1 tornado damaged farms along New Cut Road from Demplytown to Buckner in Oldham County.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 22 September 1810 → Fernhill Heath, England, was struck by what was probably Europe's widest tornado, with some reports saying the twister was nearly a mile across. Modern analysis suggests it was an EF4.
 22 September 1869Cleveland Abbe began forecasting weather in Cincinnati. Professor Abbe was one of the nation's pioneer weather forecasters and observers.
 22 September 1989Hurricane Hugo made landfall in the Carolinas with winds up to 140 mph. Hugo caused $7 billion in damage in the United States and $3 billion in the Caribbean. All together, the death toll was 76.
 22 September 1998Hurricane Georges raked Hispanola after reaching category 4 status, leaving 580 dead in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, due mainly to flash flooding and subsequent mud slides in high terrain regions. Damage estimates from the storm exceeded $1 billion (US). Vivid lightning and possible blue jets, a type of rare upward lightning, were reported as the eye passed over the mountains of Hispanola.

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