Franklin County.  38° 15.81'N  84° 59.71'W.  November 19, 2001.  5:39 p.m. EST.  View is NNW.

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     Autumn in Kentucky usually is long and pleasant, especially during the warm days and cool nights following the first killing frost--Indian summer.  It lasted well into November this year.  Temperatures were above normal, into the 70s and even to 80 degrees a couple of times.  The days were clear and dry.  It came to an end on November 19, when a cold rain blew in from the north, freezing, to mark a distinct boundary between the seasons.  The following morning was clear and cold.  The doors of my truck were frozen shut from the night before.  There will be a few more beautiful, frosty mornings before we slide into the gray days of winter; but Indian summer is over for another year. 
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     1)  December 29, 2001.
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Posted November 20, 2001.