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7:56 am
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Fog/Mist
55°F
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Index (ºF)
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Bowling Green07:53 Fog/Mist2.5545397E 3NA30.06
Frankfort07:53 Fog0.154646100CalmNA30.07
Ft. Knox07:58 Fog0.5504894NE 3NA30.05
Huntingburg, IN
Lexington07:54Fair9534883N 3NA30.07
Lou. Bowman07:53 Fog/Mist4545293CalmNA30.08
Lou. International07:56 Fog/Mist5555393NE 5NA30.07
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 17 September 1902 → A record low stage was set on the Green River at Woodbury, with a reading of 5 feet.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 17 September 1932 → A tropical storm struck the Annapolis Valley in the Canadian Maritimes, destroying 300,000 barrels of apples in Nova Scotia. A second tropical storm would strike Nova Scotia just seven days later.
 17 September 1936 → Tropical storm remnants brought up to 30 inches of rain to central Texas, resulting in massive flooding. In San Angelo the Concho River reached one of its highest stages on record and inundated the city. One thousand homes were damaged or destroyed, two bridges were swept away, and there were 100 rescues performed. Water was six feet deep in the lobby of the Naylor Hotel.
 17 September 1947 → The Fort Lauderdale Hurricane struck the east coast of Florida as a high-end Category 4, resulting in 51 fatalities. Hurricane force winds extended 120 miles out from the center, and produced the highest measured ground wind speeds in a Florida hurricane until Hurricane Andrew. The storm then crossed the Gulf of Mexico and produced 110 mph winds at New Orleans.
 17 September 2004 → Flooding and mudslides killed more than 3,000 people in Haiti in Hurricane Jeanne.

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