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    Apr 18, 19, 04:16 AM
    nWo replied to a thread Next Severe Weather Chance in Weather
    The chance for severe storms has diminished some overnight. I'm still monitoring it.
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    Apr 17, 19, 01:26 PM
    nWo replied to a thread Next Severe Weather Chance in Weather
    The showers and storms should be in western Kentucky around 4 pm EST on Thursday then move eastward across Kentucky through the nighttime hours. They will lose some of their intensity as they move eastward. Keep checking back for updates.
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    Apr 17, 19, 02:47 AM
    nWo replied to a thread Next Severe Weather Chance in Weather
    Rain most of the day with high temperatures from the mid to upper 40s.
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    Apr 16, 19, 03:30 AM
    nWo replied to a thread Next Severe Weather Chance in Weather
    There is also a slight risk of excessive rainfall on Thursday.
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    Apr 16, 19, 03:14 AM
    nWo replied to a thread Next Severe Weather Chance in Weather
    Portions of western Kentucky have been placed in a Category 2 Slight Risk Area for possible strong to severe storms on Thursday. East of that area a section of Kentucky is in a Category 1 Marginal Risk Area. As of now, it seems that the threat will be damaging winds, hail and maybe a tornado or two. I'm monitoring the situation will update as we get closer to Thursday.
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    Apr 15, 19, 05:56 PM
    nWo replied to a thread Next Severe Weather Chance in Weather
    Some could see some severe weather on Thursday. For now, it looks like the western part of Kentucky will be under the gun. Ahead of a deepening low, a cold front will move across the Mississippi River on Thursday. Widespread convection and cloud cover accompanying the system should hinder heating/destabilization in some areas. However strong flow in the aloft should compensate somewhat permitting locally strong to severe storms to occur,...
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    Apr 15, 19, 02:41 PM
    Praying no one has been hurt.
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    Apr 14, 19, 05:43 PM
    nWo replied to a thread Tornado Watch (canceled) in Weather
    This watch is now confined to extreme southeast Kentucky.
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    Apr 14, 19, 04:33 PM
    nWo replied to a thread Tornado Watch (canceled) in Weather
    This tornado watch is now mainly confined to eastern Kentucky.
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    Apr 14, 19, 02:33 PM
    nWo replied to a thread Tornado Watch (canceled) in Weather
    Severe thunderstorm warnings are starting to pop up. One around Elizabethtown now. Warnings will be sent out via our Twitter page. When possible.
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    Apr 14, 19, 02:00 PM
    nWo replied to a thread Tornado Watch (canceled) in Weather
    URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Tornado Watch Number 63 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 235 PM EDT Sun Apr 14 2019 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Tornado Watch for portions of
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:37 PM
    nWo started a thread Tornado Watch (canceled) in Weather
    TORNADO WATCH 63 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 900 PM EDT FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS KYC011-013-015-017-019-023-025-037-043-049-051-063-065-067-069- 071-077-079-081-089-095-097-109-113-115-117-119-121-125-127-129- 131-133-135-137-147-151-153-159-161-165-173-175-181-187-189-191- 193-195-197-199-201-203-205-209-231-235-237-150100- /O.NEW.KWNS.TO.A.0063.190414T1835Z-190415T0100Z/
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:01 PM
    A Tornado Watch may be issued soon for portions of Kentucky and southern Ohio.
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    Apr 14, 19, 09:04 AM
    Here is the latest simulated radar from around 10 am EST to 7 pm EST.
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    Apr 14, 19, 08:58 AM
    The Storm Prediction Center has moved the Enhanced Risk Area back westward to now include portions of the I-75 corridor south of Lexington. The Slight Risk Area has also been moved back westward to almost interstate 65.
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    Apr 14, 19, 04:45 AM
    nWo started a thread Next Severe Weather Chance in Weather
    Looks like the next chance for severe weather will be to end next week. While the details with respect to severe risk are therefore difficult to highlight this far in advance, the Storm Prediction Center is maintaining a 15% risk area. Given the strength of the upper system which will provide conditions favorable for severe storms to develop. Keep checking back for updates as we get closer to the end of the week.
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    Apr 14, 19, 04:28 AM
    The Storm Prediction Center has shifted all areas of possible storms eastward. Areas around I-65 are now in a Category 1 Marginal Risk Area. East of a line west of Frankfort to around the I-75 corridor is now in a Category 2 Slight Risk area. The Category 3 Enhanced Risk Area is now east of I-75. The temperatures across Kentucky will be cool at the beginning of the period but a strong warm rising of the air is expected to result in air...
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    Apr 13, 19, 04:12 PM
    Severe thunderstorms are forecast for parts Kentucky. Damaging winds and a couple of tornadoes will be the primary threats, but isolated hail may accompany the strongest updrafts. As with all strong thunderstorms, lighting will also be a threat. It appears that there will be two lines of storms we will have to contend with. The first should be move through and be around the I-75 corridor around 10 am EST. The second and perhaps the more...
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    Apr 13, 19, 06:30 AM
    The chance for strong to severe storms still remains for Sunday afternoon into the early evening hours. Damaging winds, hail and a couple of tornadoes a couple of which could be strong. Also, cloud to ground lightning will be a danger. The SARS is showing the possibility of the stronger tornadoes being around EF-3. Now, this is not saying the tornadoes will form but I just wanted to post what I've been seeing. If the trend continues I will...
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    Apr 12, 19, 06:09 PM
    Here is the Friday evening update for Sunday. It looks like there may be a good chance for a widespread severe weather event across portions of Kentucky. This is mainly east of I-65. As of this morning, the Storm Prediction Center has most of Kentucky east of I-65 in a Category 3 Enhanced Risk Area for strong to severe storms. West of that portions of Kentucky is in a Category 2 Slight Risk Area and portions of western Kentucky in a Category 1....
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    Apr 12, 19, 04:16 AM
    There seems to be a chance for a more organized severe weather event on Sunday. The Storm Prediction Center has portions of Kentucky east of line just west of Frankfort in a Category 3 Enhanced Risk Area for strong to severe storms Sunday afternoon into the early evening hours. West of that line to about Owensboro that part of Kentucky is in a Category 2 Slight Risk Area. The main threats appear to be damaging wind gusts hail and a possible...
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    Apr 11, 19, 05:44 AM
    Parts of western Kentucky will be under a Category 1 Marginal Risk Area for possible strong to severe storms this evening. A line of thunderstorms associated with isolated damaging winds gust will be possible during the overnight hours. The showers and thunderstorms should be entering western Kentucky around the 10 pm EST time slot. They will move eastward across Kentucky during the early morning hours. The following radar is from 10 pm...
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    Apr 10, 19, 08:38 AM
    nWo replied to a thread Chance for storms on Thursday in Weather
    At the moment it looks like the line of scattered strong to severe storms won't reach western Kentucky until around the 10 pm EST time period. They will enter Kentucky around then but will lose some strength as they move eastward across Kentucky early Friday morning. I will continue to monitor and post updates when information warrants it.
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    Apr 9, 19, 08:20 AM
    nWo replied to a thread Chance for storms on Thursday in Weather
    Scattered thunderstorms capable of damaging wind gusts are possible in the western Kentucky Thursday afternoon. We are still a couple of days away so I'm keeping an eye on it.
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    Apr 8, 19, 06:30 PM
    There seems to be a better chance for a more organized severe weather event on Thursday. At this time it looks like all of the possible severe weather elements may be in store for parts of Kentucky. The timing seems to be afternoon into the possibly early morning hours on Friday. The following simulation maps show this. First, the EHI which shows the atmospheric energy needed for strong to severe storms to develop. All of the following maps...
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    Apr 7, 19, 09:26 AM
    The severe threat has lessened some. The only part of the state that is still in a Category 2 Slight Risk Area is in and around the Bowling Green area. There is still a chance for some scattered strong to severe storms this afternoon. Some of which could produce damaging winds and some hail.
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    Apr 7, 19, 03:49 AM
    Really no change in my forecast. The possible strong to severe storms look to be scattered in nature. Mainly start from around I-65 then they look to move northeastward through Kentucky. I will be keeping an eye on the situation and post updates when possible.
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    Apr 6, 19, 04:46 PM
    Just wanted to update everyone on the possible severe weather on during the day on Sunday. The Storm Prediction Center still has most of Kentucky in a Category 2 Slight Risk Area for strong to severe storms. This covers all of Kentucky from around the I-75 corridor back westward. East of I-75 the rest of Kentucky is in a Category 1 Marginal Risk Area. Here is a reminder of what the categories mean. It doesn't appear for now that...
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    Apr 6, 19, 03:01 AM
    The Category 2 Slight Risk Area has been expanded eastward past I-75 to around Mt. Sterling. A warm front will move northward into the Ohio Valley during the day. In the wake of early storms, pockets of heating and a moistening boundary layer should destabilize the atmosphere across portions of the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys. Mixed storm modes including a few supercells, clusters and line segments are possible with damaging wind and hail the...
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    Apr 5, 19, 05:28 PM
    There looks to be some showers in the Lexington Area Sunday morning. The strong to severe storms may hold off till late afternoon early evening.
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