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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
313 PM EDT FRI MAY 1 2015

LOW PRESSURE ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD KEPT A FEW SPRINKLES OVER
THE AREA THIS MORNING AND ALSO KEPT SKIES ON THE CLOUDY SIDE.
DAYBREAK TEMPERATURES WERE SPREAD THROUGH OUT THE 40S AND ROSE
INTO THE 50S BY NOONTIME. A FEW HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH OF RAIN FELL
SINCE MIDNIGHT. HIGH PRESSURE THEN BEGAN TO BUILD IN FROM THE
MIDWEST BRINGING DRIER AIR INTO THE REGION. LOOK FOR CONTINUED
CLEARING AS WE HEAD INTO THE EVENING HOURS WITH SUNSET
TEMPERATURES EXPECTED TO BE AROUND 60.

A FINE WEEKEND IS IN STORE WITH DRY CONDITIONS AND MILD
TEMPERATURES. MORNING LOWS THIS WEEKEND WILL BE IN THE MID AND
UPPER 40 AND ONLY A FEW DEGREES BELOW SEASONAL NORMALS. DAYTIME
HIGHS WILL BE IN THE 70S BOTH DAYS AND WILL BE A COUPLE DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL. RAIN IS NOT EXPECTED TO MAKE AN APPEARANCE UNTIL
LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT. A CONTINUED WARMING TREND IS EXPECTED WITH
DAYTIME HIGHS REACHING THE 80S BY MIDWEEK.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...MAY 2010...GOT OFF TO A WET
START. BOTH JACKSON AND LONDON RECORDED RECORD SETTING RAINFALLS
ON THE FIRST AND SECOND DAYS OF THE MONTH. JACKSON RECORDED 1.02
INCHES AND 1.65 INCHES RESPECTIVELY. LONDON RECORDED 1.76 INCHES
AND 1.60 INCHES RESPECTIVELY. DURING THESE TWO DAYS...OVER THREE
INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN AN AREA ALONG A LINE FROM IRVINE TO LONDON
TO MONTICELLO. NO SIGNIFICANT FLOODING PROBLEMS WERE REPORTED
WITH THE EARLY MAY 2010 RAINFALL.

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