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Record setting weather

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By Steve Moore

According to preliminary data, the past three months in Kentucky were the wettest April, May and June on record (117 years), with 24.21 inches for the state, after three out of the past four years suffered serious periods of drought in Kentucky.  Our group of weather reporters in Henry County have captured a whopping amount of rain which collaborates the state numbers.  Reports range from a low of 25.72 inches near Campbellsburg to a high of 29.19 inches near Eminence.


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