Chilly Temperatures across Eastern Kentucky this morning

High pressure brought some unseasonably cool air to the region overnight. Many locations across Eastern Kentucky saw overnight temperatures in the upper 30s and lower 40s...which is some 15 to 20 degrees below normal low temperatures for late May. In fact...the Jackson Weather office and the London Corbin Airport set new low temperature records for today's date...while the cooperative weather observers at Mt. Vernon and Paintsville tied the record for May 25th. Here's a quick glance at low temperature records across the region for May 25th...

May 25 Record Lows Across Eastern Kentucky

Location

May 25 Record Low

Year

Ashland

36

1988

Barbourville

39

2006

Baxter

39

1961

Farmers

35

1925

Jackson KJKL

42

2013*

London KLOZ

40

2013*

Maysville

36

1963

Monticello

41

1976

Mt. Sterling

37

1925

Mt. Vernon

40

1979/2013*

Paintsville

40

1985/2013*

Somerset

39

1976

Stearns

39

2006

West Liberty

32

1999

Williamsburg

40

1961

 * Record set or tied this morning

And here's a look at the low temperature map across the region this morning:

 



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