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3:56 pm
 Light Rain. Click for additional data and forecast.
Light Rain
91°F
(33°C)
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(mph)
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Index (ºF)
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(in)
Bowling Green15:53Mostly Cloudy10+927558S 610329.95
Frankfort15:53Overcast9847472SE 39129.97
Ft. Knox15:58Mostly Cloudy10+907664SW 310229.95
Huntingburg, IN
Lexington15:54A Few Clouds10+927151Calm9929.98
Lou. Bowman15:53 Thunderstorm in Vicinity10+887463S 59729.94
Lou. International15:56 Light Rain4917764S 810529.94
Somerset16:15Mostly Cloudy10+887055NW 39329.99
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 23 August 2000 → Strong thunderstorm winds blew trees onto a vehicle in English (Crawford County). Hail an inch in diameter was also reported.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 23 August 1893 → New York City was hit by a Category 2 hurricane that brought a 30-foot storm surge to the southern shore of Long Island.
 23 August 1964 → A Navy Reconnaissance flight into Hurricane Cleo suffered severe structural damage during a penetration north of Puerto Rico.
 23 August 2000 → Super Typhoon Bilis crossed Taiwan killing 14 people and injuring 80. The torrential rains caused mudslides, which trapped 18 people. The typhoon had sustained winds of 143 mph. The typhoon weakened somewhat over Taiwan before continuing on and hitting China. 282 buildings were destroyed in Beijing and an additional 57 people were killed.

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