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Monthly Archives: July 2007
Kentucky Drought Forums
The Weather and Climate Forums is a new way for citizens of Kentucky to communicate drought impacts that may affect agriculture, business and industry, the environment, and social and recreational activities. The website can be found at http://forums.kymesonet.org/ and is … Continue reading
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What happened to hot June and July days?
Unnoticed in a media environment that treats any anomalous weather event as evidence of global warming is that fact that the frequency of extremely hot days during June and July in Kentucky and Tennessee since 1999 is less than at … Continue reading
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Improving drought outlook for the Mid-South
The drought status of the Southeast has not changed appreciably over the past several weeks as periodic rainfall has kept the drought from spreading or intensifying. As you can see from last week’s U.S. Drought Monitormap, the core of the … Continue reading
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Back on June 3rd I produced a post titled “Summer weather outlook for Kentucky” and promised to provide periodic updates throughout the summer. Since meteorological summer is officially half over (June-August), consider this the mid-summer review. I will break down … Continue reading
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