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A frontal boundary moved through on October 7th, resulting in showers and thunderstorms developing along it. The front stalled over western Kentucky during the evening hours before slowly lifting back north overnight. This was due to the remnants of Hurricane Nate lifting northward towards our area. The heaviest rain occurred across western Kentucky associated with the frontal boundary. However, rain associated with the remnants of Nate moved north through the eastern half of the area during the morning and afternoon hours of October 8th, causing additional heavy rain to fall.


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