Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 5:28 pm (Updated: December 30, 4:01 am)
While this year likely will be remembered as a dry one, it will end on a soggy note.
There is a chance of rain through Saturday — with a possibility of a New Year’s Eve thunderstorm.
Wintertime rumbles aren’t unheard of in Hardin County. The area averages two thunderstorms in December and one each in January and February, said Mark Adams, lead forecaster at the Fort Knox weather station.
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