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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
232 PM EDT SUN MAY 3 2015

PARTLY CLOUDY TO MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WITH PATCHY VALLEY FOG WERE
PRESENT ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY THIS MORNING. AT 7
AM...TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE 40S...WHICH IS COOL FOR
THE FIRST PART OF MAY. TYPICAL LOWS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN
THE LOWER 50S.

BY MID AFTERNOON...YET ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL...SUNNY DAY WAS IN FULL
SWING ACROSS THE COALFIELDS. TEMPERATURES WERE SLIGHTLY WARMER
THAN THOSE OF YESTERDAY...CLIMBING INTO THE UPPER 70S TO LOWER
80S. THIS TREND IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE FIRST PART OF
THE WORKWEEK...AND ARE WELL ABOVE NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR
WHEN NORMAL HIGHS ARE IN THE LOWER TO MID 70S.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP PLEASANT WEATHER IN PLACE
THROUGH THE FIRST PART OF THE WORKWEEK. SMALL RAIN
CHANCES...MAINLY ALONG AND NEAR THE TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA
BORDERS...WILL ENTER THE FORECAST MONDAY EVENING. LOWS TONIGHT
WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 40S IN THE SHELTERED VALLEYS TO THE MID
50S ON THE RIDGES. HIGHS ON MONDAY WILL GENERALLY BE IN THE LOWER
80S.

ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...IN 1998...ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL
FELL IN LESLIE COUNTY. ALSO...ON THIS DATE IN 2004...THE JACKSON
WEATHER OFFICE REPORTED A LOW TEMPERATURE OF 32 DEGREES. THIS
READING IS THE COLDEST MAY TEMPERATURE EVER RECORDED AT THE
JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE. CLIMATE RECORDS FOR JACKSON DATE BACK TO
1981.

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