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Monthly Archives: October 2009
Cold front passed early this morning with a high pressure center swinging in right behind it. Today has been a beautiful day and tomorrow should begin in the same fashion. Highs look to hit in the mid-70’s for our Thursday … Continue reading
Scattered showers will continue through this evening as a weakening low located to our south continues to push east. Clouds will diminish as we enter the morning hours to start the week.
After a good soaking very early this morning, the skies have cleared out nicely over south central Kentucky.
A line of thunderstorms currently (as of 11:45 cdt) passing through Hopkinsville is trying to develop into an organized squall line.