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July 29, 2014


As a cold front moved toward the southeast out of Georgia and Alabama on Monday, July 28, 2014 many areas saw lots of lightning, wind and rain.  But not in the city of Madison.  There was quite a lightning display as the thunderstorms moved into Madison County from Jefferson County but they fell apart as they approached the city of Madison.  What was seen  was primarily cloud-to-cloud lightning looking west from the east side of Lake Francis in downtown Madison.  Only a trace of rain (less that .01 inch) was recorded at the co-op NWS weather station on East Bunker Street.  Morning lows should go down in to the mid sixties for a couple of days and the humidity should drop to a more comfortable level.


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