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2:56 am
 Light Snow Fog/Mist. Click for additional data and forecast.
Light Snow Fog/Mist
33°F
(1°C)
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Location Time
(est)
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(ºF)
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(%)
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(mph)
Wind
Chill (ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Bowling Green02:53Overcast10+373386NW 93030.10
Frankfort02:53Overcast9332675N 62830.06
Ft. Knox02:58 Light Snow Fog/Mist2333196NW 82630.09
Huntingburg, IN03:15Overcast2.5322887N 122330.17
Lexington02:54Overcast7332985N 82630.05
Lou. Bowman02:53 Light Snow Fog/Mist1.75333192NW 72730.11
Lou. International02:56 Light Snow Fog/Mist1.5333192N 122430.11
Somerset03:15 Light Snow2.53232100CalmNA30.06
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 27 November 1973 → Daily precipitation records were set at Lexington (2.45 inches) and Bowling Green (3.07 inches).
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 27 November 1701 → Anders Celsius, the astronomer who invented the Celsius thermometer scale, was born in Uppsala, Sweden.
 27 November 1703 → The Great Storm of 1703 devastated southern England. Though strong gales buffeted the region from November 24 through December 2, the storm hit its peak on the morning of November 27. Winds to 120 mph blew down chimneys and church steeples, destroyed buildings, and felled countless thousands of trees. Four hundred windmills were shattered.
 27 November 1898 → The SS Portland passenger ship gave the name to the "Portland Gale" after the storm sunk the ship off the coast of Cape Cod, killing all 200 people aboard.
 27 November 1912 → Snow fell across northern Florida, marking one of the few times it has ever snowed there in November.

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