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Bowling Green11:53Fair10+856450SW 138630.03
Frankfort11:53A Few Clouds10+746471S 137629.98
Ft. Knox11:58A Few Clouds10+816864S 98429.99
Huntingburg, IN12:15Fair10+827066W 188629.95
Lexington11:54Fair10+756571S 127730.02
Lou. Bowman11:53A Few Clouds10+806560SW 98229.98
Lou. International11:56Mostly Cloudy10+816558SW 14 G 218329.97
Somerset12:15Overcast10+776361S 57930.07
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 26 July 1979 → For the second time in just seven weeks, 6 to 10 inches of rain poured onto Crawford County. English, Mifflin, West Fork, and Marengo all suffered record floods. Whiskey Run at Marengo set a record crest of 15.9 feet, a full twelve feet higher than its normal flow.
 26 July 1984 → An F2 tornado struck Spencer County. Several barns were damaged near Taylorsville. Also, an F1 tornado was seen in Warren County just south of Smiths Grove. It uprooted fifty fruit trees and killed three cows.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 26 July 1874 → A flash flood claimed 134 lives in Pittsburgh, PA.
 26 July 1972 → A sweltering two-week heat wave in New York City finally came to an end after causing 891 fatalities.
 26 July 1979 → The U.S. record for 24-hour rainfall was set at Alvin, TX, with exactly 45 inches (thanks to Tropical Storm Claudette).
 26 July 1993 → In Pueblo, CO the record high for today, 101, and the record low for today, 52, were both set!

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