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    Today, 06:25 PM
    The Cincinnati/Covington area is now in a Category 2 Slight Risk Area for scattered severe storms Sunday afternoon. There's a Category 1 Marginal Risk Area that reaches just south of I-64. Conditions may develop that will support supercell development along with the threat for hail and damaging winds. The following is the NAM simulated radar from 2 pm to 11 pm EDT. Check back for an update in the morning.
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    Yesterday, 08:44 AM
    Southern Ohio, northern Kentucky and a portion of eastern Kentucky are now in a category 1 Marginal Risk Area for scattered strong to severe storms for Friday. These should start firing up later this afternoon. As of now, the main threats could be damaging winds, and hail.
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    Yesterday, 04:49 AM
    A southward moving cold front across the region will interact with a weakly to moderate buoyant airmass with weak inhibition to foster scattered thunderstorm development during the afternoon. They look to migrate southeastward during the afternoon. A wind damage threat will exist with this activity.
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    May 23, 19, 05:18 PM
    Severe Thunderstorm Watch Number 222 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 440 PM CDT Thu May 23 2019 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Watch for portions of Northern Kentucky
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    May 23, 19, 03:06 AM
    Thunderstorms will occur on Thursday with the potential for two rounds, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Morning storms could produce some strong wind gusts. But the better chance of strong to severe storms will be in the afternoon. These storms could produce damaging straight-line winds and large hail. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. The areas of most concern are East Central Indiana, Southeast Indiana, Northern Kentucky,...
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    May 22, 19, 05:37 PM
    Severe storms with a threat for mainly damaging wind and large hail are expected for portions of the Ohio Valley. The Category 1 Marginal Risk area has been expanded to include more of Kentucky down to around the Cumberland PKWY. These storms look to be scattered in nature. After some morning showers mainly in northern Kentucky storms should start to reform during the afternoon. For now, it looks like most of the stronger storms will...
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    May 22, 19, 01:39 AM
    Current indications are that storms will most likely develop along and ahead of southeast advancing cold front spread southeast through the Ohio Valley during the afternoon and evening. Conditions look to be variable for the development of supercell storms. These Storms may produce large hail, damaging winds and a couple of tornadoes as the move southeast through the region later Thursday afternoon into the evening. These possible storms look to...
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    May 19, 19, 03:34 AM
    A low-pressure system is forecast to move from southern Wisconsin into northern lower Michigan as a cold front advances eastward across the mid to upper Mississippi Valley. Ahead of the front, a moist airmass will advect(transfer) northward into the lower Ohio Valley. In response, a corridor of instability is forecast to set up from western Kentucky northward into lower Michigan by afternoon. Surface-based thunderstorms appear likely to develop...
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    May 17, 19, 02:46 AM
    Areas affected...southwest Ohio into eastern Kentucky and West Virginia Concerning...Severe potential...Watch unlikely Valid 170556Z - 170830Z Probability of Watch Issuance...20 percent SUMMARY...A cluster of storms will likely persist tonight as it
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    May 16, 19, 04:55 PM
    The chance for scattered strong to severe storms has increased some for those in the Cincinnati/NKY area. The timing looks to be around the 4-5 am EDT for them to reach that area. There could be more areas that see some showers and storms. The main threats look to be heavy rain, possibly damaging winds, and hail. Everyone should have a way to receive a notification if severe weather develops in your area.
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    May 16, 19, 03:25 PM
    The Cincinnati/NKY area is now in a category 2 Slight Risk Area for strong to severe storms. I will update later.
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    May 16, 19, 05:42 AM
    There is a Marginal Risk for strong to severe storms early Friday morning for portions of the Cincinnati/NKY and eastern Kentucky areas. These possible storms look to be scattered in nature. The possible threats are heavy rain and damaging winds. The estimated timing shows the possible storms entering the Cincinnati/NKY area around 4 am EDT. Movement looks to be southeastward into eastern Kentucky.
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    May 9, 19, 09:15 AM
    Clouds look to slow surface heating so the severe threat has lessened. Isolated strong/damaging wind gust will be the main concern for later today. I will be watching the various modes of information I use and post updates when warranted. As always I will send what weather warnings I can via Twitter if they are issued.
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    May 8, 19, 02:51 PM
    As I expected the Storm Prediction Center has increased the chance for strong to severe storms for most of Kentucky on Thursday. There is now a category 2 Slight Risk area that covers Kentucky from western Kentucky all the way to around the I-75 corridor. East of I-75 portions of Kentucky is in a category 1 Marginal Risk Area for scattered strong to severe storms. Instability is expected to rise as a moist area moves northward into...
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    May 7, 19, 11:50 AM
    Extreme western Kentucky is in a category 1 Marginal Risk Area for scattered storms on Wednesday. At this time it looks like if these storms develop on they will be late on Wednesday. Thursday appears to be the best chance for more organized storms. The Storm Prediction Center has parts of Kentucky west of I-75 in a category 1 Marginal Risk Area. Even though it is not included according to the modeling data I've seen today those in...
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    May 2, 19, 04:58 PM
    URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Tornado Watch Number 122 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 450 PM CDT Thu May 2 2019 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Tornado Watch for portions of
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    May 2, 19, 12:28 PM
    Thanks you very much.
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    May 2, 19, 12:27 PM
    Mesoscale Discussion 0500 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 1222 PM CDT Thu May 02 2019 Areas affected...extreme southeast Indiana...far southwest Ohio...central into eastern Kentucky...northern Tennessee Concerning...Severe potential...Watch possible Valid 021722Z - 021915Z
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    May 2, 19, 11:51 AM
    There is an area of mesoscale vortex that is present over Indiana that has a trailing line of storms over southern Indiana into central Kentucky. This system has a chance of intensification this afternoon as heating and destabilization occur. Damaging winds and hail look to be the primary threats. As always a tornado or two can't be completely ruled out. Most of western Kentucky is now in a Category 1 Marginal Risk Area.
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    May 2, 19, 06:46 AM
    The Slight Risk Area has been expanded some by the Storm Prediction Center. Severe Thunderstorms capable of mainly damaging wind gusts and hail, and the possibility of tornadoes are possible. The fly in the ointment that could limit the for the severe potential will be the rain this morning. For now the timing looks to be from early afternoon into the evening hours before the scattered storms leave Kentucky. This is from 1 pm to 11 pm...
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    May 1, 19, 07:37 AM
    There appears to be a better chance for strong to severe storms on Thursday. After the initial rains Thursday morning redevelopment and intensification of storms will be possible during the afternoon. I will be watching this closely and post an update when possible. I'm on vacation so I'll post when I can.
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    May 1, 19, 07:30 AM
    There is a Marginal Risk for strong to severe storms for portions of western Kentucky and those along the Ohio River into the Cincinnati/NKY area later today. Afternoon heating along with a warm and unstable air mass should promote the development of thunderstorms some of which could be strong to severe. Timing is trough the afternoon into the evening hours. The main threat looks to be damaging winds.
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