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Bowling Green16:53A Few Clouds10+815642Vrbl 78130.00
Frankfort16:53Overcast10+725964NW 107630.00
Ft. Knox16:58A Few Clouds10+766261NW 97829.99
Huntingburg, IN20:55 Thunderstorm in Vicinity10+847370W 99129.89
Lexington16:54Overcast10+725964NW 97630.01
Lou. Bowman16:53A Few Clouds10+765854N 127830.00
Lou. International16:56Mostly Cloudy10+775852N 137929.99
Somerset17:15Partly Cloudy10+735553N 87729.99
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  This Day in Local Weather History ...
 28 July 1930 → Possibly the hottest overall day in Kentucky's history. Hottest temperature ever recorded at Louisville (107), Anchorage (111), Berea (108), Bowling Green (113), Leitchfield (108), Russellville (108), Shelbyville (112), and Kentucky as a whole (114 at Greensburg).
 28 July 1972 → An F0 tornado was on the ground for four blocks on the west side of Munfordville, KY. Damage was done to roofs, trees, and playground equipment.
 28 July 1997 → Scottsville, KY received 86mph winds from a southward-moving supercell thunderstorm.
 28 July 2000 → A lightning strike damaged a home in Jasper, IN.
  This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 28 July 1945 → A B-25 bomber crashed into the 79th floor of the Empire State Building due to reduced visibility from thick fog. Three people on the plane and 11 people in the building were killed. A million dollars damage was done though the building's integrity was not compromised.
 28 July 1952 → A severe storm with hail up to an inch and a half in diameter broke windows, ruined roofs, and stripped trees of leaves near Benson, AZ. The temperature dropped to 37 degrees, and hail was three to four inches deep with drifts 46 inches high.
 28 July 1997 → Fort Collins, CO was inundated by a flood that sent a 20-foot wall of water rushing through the city. Five people died. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.