Next Shot at organized severe weather

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    Next Shot at organized severe weather

    Looks like our next shot at a severe weather occurrence could come on Thursday. Strong to severe storms look possible at this time. I will post updates as we get closer.

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    What does it look like for Friday and Saturday? Plan on having a big yard sale.

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    Thunderstorms, some which could become severe, are expected on Thursday. These look to be more multi-cell in nature. Some isolated hail and damaging winds will be possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    What does it look like for Friday and Saturday? Plan on having a big yard sale.
    For now, it looks like you should be ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nWo View Post
    For now, it looks like you should be ok.
    Great. Thanks

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    Thursday morning update:

    Some may see some strong to severe storms this afternoon. These look to be multicellular in nature and the stronger storms could produce strong to locally severe damaging wind gusts. The timing is mainly after 2 pm EDT. The Storm Prediction Center has most of Kentucky in a Marginal Risk Area for today.

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    Update:

    The Storm Prediction Center has expanded the Slight Risk Area to now include parts of southern Ohio and northern Kentucky. The tornado and wind damage probabilities have been increased because of the possibility of rotating storms. Supercell storms are possible that could produce a couple of tornadic storms, widely scattered damaging winds and marginally severe hail. The timing is still after 2 pm EDT. Mainly between 2-9 pm EDT.

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