From Kentucky Public Radio Kentucky cities such as Louisville and Paducah have set records for rainfall this year. Eastern and southern parts of the commonwealth haven’t received history-making precipitation, but have still recorded significant amounts. John Jacobson, the chief meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Jackson, cautions against reading too much into the causes… Continue reading Rainfall Records Set In Parts Of Kentucky
“We had several locations that got anywhere between two and three inches of rain just in that 24 hour period alone, ” said Ryan Sharp, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service Louisville office.
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