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    Today, 02:47 PM
    Not any problems at all most of the system will be out of Kentucky by that time. You may run into show showers/rain in SEKY. Temps in the mid 60s to low 70s.
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    Today, 02:36 PM
    nWo started a thread Tornado Watch in BGP Break Room
    URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Tornado Watch Number 368 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 330 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Tornado Watch for portions of South-central and Eastern Kentucky
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    Today, 01:16 PM
    Tornado Watch maybe issued soon.
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    Today, 02:56 AM
    Thanks, I wish I had more time to post more detailed info. I've been working 12-13 hrs days. I'm rushing now to get ready to go to work.
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    Today, 02:55 AM
    Friday morning update: Thunderstorms associated with a tornado, wind damage and isolated large hail threat will be possible this afternoon. The National Hurricane Center is forecasting the remnants of Cindy to move north-northeastward across Kentucky today. The best time for these storms seems to be between 2-8 pm EDT. I will update later today. Also warnings will be sent out on our Twitter page. Be weather aware later today. Remember that...
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    Yesterday, 07:33 PM
    Thursday evening update: The Storm Prediction Center has expanded the Slight Risk Area for strong to severe storms for Friday. Thunderstorms could effect parts of Kentucky Friday into Friday evening, accompanied by a risk for potentially damaging wind gusts and perhaps a few tornadoes. The timing, at the moment, for the possible severe storms looks to be between 2-8 pm EDT for those in the Slight Risk Area. Most, if not all of...
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    Yesterday, 11:02 AM
    Flash Flood Watch for WKY until Friday evening. ...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM CDT THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING... The National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a * Flash Flood Watch for portions of southern Illinois, southwest Indiana, western Kentucky, and southeast Missouri, including
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    Yesterday, 11:00 AM
    I will post a detailed update for you guys later today.
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    Yesterday, 02:51 AM
    I'm issuing a Severe Weather Alert starting this afternoon into early Saturday morning. With the remnants of Cindy looking the past through Kentucky parts of the state is in a Marginal Risk Area for today. Tomorrow the threat ramps up with the possibility of strong to severe storms . The Storm Prediction Center has parts of Kentucky in a Slight Risk Area for strong to severe storms mainly east of I-65 and from just north of I-64 southward. ...
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    Yesterday, 02:41 AM
    For now looks like through West Virginia then Pennsylvania in the direction. The accumulation amounts will lessen with 1-2" possible. Mainly just thunderstorms. No severe weather is expected in that area at this time.
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    Jun 21, 17, 08:15 PM
    This shows what is headed in our direction.
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    Jun 21, 17, 07:58 PM
    Wednesday evening update. Starting Thursday afternoon parts of western Kentucky could see strong to severe storms from the remnants of Cindy. The severe threat then moves eastward on Friday. The Storm Prediction Center has parts of Kentucky on both days in a Marginal Risk Area for strong to severe storms.
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    Jun 21, 17, 05:11 PM
    I wouldn't be surprise at all if flights being delayed CVG is looking at around 3" of rain.
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    Jun 21, 17, 05:10 PM
    I'll post an update later as soon as I can. I'm a little pressed for time right now.
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    Jun 21, 17, 05:09 PM
    I took just a quick glance. The NAM looks like 2-3" in SEKY. The GFS says about the same. Let me say this if the system shifts to the south, and it won't take much of a shift you could be looking at anywhere from 4-6" of rain.
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    Jun 21, 17, 11:18 AM
    The Weather Prediction Center has now moved Kentucky in a Slight Risk Area for excessive rain. The National Weather Service has much of Kentucky with a possible chance for significant river flooding this weekend.
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    Jun 21, 17, 11:11 AM
    I really don't see how. Just took a quick look at the latest NAM forecast for rain accumulations. In the Danville area it is showing 4-5" of rain by 7 am EDT Saturday morning. Much of that falling in a 24 hour period. Almost 6" over the entire weather event. I'll post a more detailed forecast later this evening.
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    Jun 21, 17, 02:34 AM
    Rain fall totals for much of Kentucky has gone up with the latest NAM model run. Flooding looks to be a real issue this upcoming weekend. Very heavy rain is possible over much of Kentucky with the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy passing over Kentucky. Widespread 2-5" will be possible. This runs shows some may be upwards to 6". I will update later.
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    Jun 20, 17, 07:02 PM
    The storm formally known as Invest 93L is now Tropical Storm Cindy. The remnants of Cindy could affect our weather this weekend. Here is what the NAM is showing for precipitation accumulations for parts of Kentucky. Some could see upwards to 5" of rain. Flooding will be a concern with that much rain falling. I will update in the morning.
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    Jun 20, 17, 06:53 PM
    nWo replied to a thread Tropical Storm Bret in BGP Break Room
    Bret has fizzled out and is no longer a tropical storm.
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    Jun 20, 17, 02:41 AM
    nWo replied to a thread Tropical Storm Bret in BGP Break Room
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    Jun 20, 17, 02:38 AM
    Update on Invest 93L. It may become a tropical storm today. If it does I believe it will be called Cindy. Those from Texas to the Florida Panhandle should pay attention to this storm. There is a possibility of these storm slowing somewhat and strengthening. By landfall maybe just below a category 1 hurricane. Update later today.
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    Jun 19, 17, 05:10 PM
    nWo started a thread Tropical Storm Bret in BGP Break Room
    The system behind Invest 93L has become a tropical storm. It is named Bret. It is still about a week away before we know if it will hit the U.S. I will be posting updates as needed.
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    Jun 19, 17, 05:04 PM
    First let me make a correction. The map I posted this morning wasn't the correct one for Invest 93L. It was for the second system. My apologies for any problems my mistake may have caused. Monday evening update. Invest 93L may become a tropical storm soon. This system looks to make landfall in the Louisiana area. The following maps show its predicted track and tropical storm warnings for the Louisiana coast.
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    Jun 19, 17, 02:23 AM
    There still is an uncertainty to the track of the system number 1 which is Invest 93L. The modeling data has one track going toward Flordia and one has it going towards Texas. The National Hurricane Center maybe sending a Hurricane Hunter aircraft out today. Here is a map for the next few days. I will be keeping a close eye on it for you.
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    Jun 18, 17, 05:09 AM
    This Watch has just been cancelled
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    Jun 18, 17, 04:05 AM
    No real changes in the morning update. One thing of note this mornings activity may limit some of the severe development later today. The severe potential is still there. The main threats look to be damaging wind gusts and small hail in the stronger storms. Timing around mid afternoon to early evening. Note the simulated radar that after the line of storms past towards the east some more storms pop up behind it. 1-2 inches of...
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    Jun 18, 17, 03:57 AM
    Radar from 9 am to 1 pm EDT
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    Jun 17, 17, 06:17 PM
    Saturday evening update. Things could get going around the 11 am EDT time slot especially in the NKY area. A line of storms will move southeasterly through NKY from around around 11 am to 2 pm EDT. Then a second line should form during the late afternoon and transverse across the state from around 5 pm to 8 pm EDT. The main threats look to be damaging wind gusts and flash flooding. Some hail could be seen in the areas with the strongest...
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    Jun 17, 17, 01:53 PM
    The National Hurricane Center is scheduled to send Hurricane Hunter Aircraft to investigate the system in the NW Caribbean Sea on Sunday afternoon. If they do the system will be call Invest 93L. This would be the storm where the possible 5 day development track is in red.
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