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Fay heads this way

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By John Friedlein

By JOHN FRIEDLEIN

jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com

HARDIN COUNTY — After a bone-dry August, remnants of Tropical Storm Fay are bringing rain to the area.

The weather system is timely. Even though the year overall has been a wet one, the dry spell has taken a toll on local plants.

Mark Adams, lead meteorologist at the Fort Knox weather station, said a lack of rain typically turns lawns brown in late July or August. Then relief comes in the form of leftovers of a tropical storm.


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