Clay Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 5:42 AM EDT op 26 juli 2014

...Strong to severe storms to affect eastern Kentucky late tonight through Sunday evening...

A strong cold front will shift southward towards the Ohio River valley tonight and Sunday...bringing with it a significant increase in temperatures...humidity...and instability. The combination of these factors will allow for an environment capable of producing strong to severe thunderstorms late tonight and especially Sunday into Sunday evening.

The main threat with any thunderstorms that develop late tonight will be damaging wind gusts as well as locally heavy rainfall. Large hail...damaging wind gusts...localized flash flooding...as well as isolated tornadoes will be possible with any storms that develop Sunday through Sunday evening. Please continue to monitor the NWS website at www.Weather.Gov/jkl for the latest information on this developing system.

Jmw/geogerian

Record Report

43 4 EDT Fri Jul 25 2014

...New minimum high was set at Jackson KY on Thursday July 24 2014...

A record minimum high of 69 degrees was set at Jackson KY on Thursday July 24 2014. This beats the previous record of 74 degrees which was set in 2007. Climate records for Jackson date back to 1981.