Page 2 of NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 135 PM EDT Fri Jul 20 2018 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Tornado Watch for portions of Southern ... 25 comments | 4424 Views | Go to page 1 →
Jul 20, 18, 07:09 PM #16Everyone, please don't let your guard down. Looks like two more rounds to go before this is over.Advertisement
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Still thunder and lighting in Florence, thanks for all the updates today.
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Jul 20, 18, 09:15 PM #20I got some pretty decent hail at my place but I can’t get the pics to upload.
Jul 21, 18, 02:08 PM #21This happened on the other end of the block from my house here in St. Matthews.
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Jul 21, 18, 02:15 PM #24Then this one came down 2 streets over from me. My neighborhood has limbs down EVERYWHERE...while I have 8 trees in my yard, and not so much as a twig on the lawn. Really lucked out this time.
Jul 21, 18, 02:27 PM #25As of right now, LG&E/KU is reporting 13,000 in the Louisville area still without power after yesterday's storms, and 41,000 in the Lexington area still without power.
Jul 22, 18, 09:40 AM #26There are so far 3 confirmed tornadoes from Friday 7/20/18.
Rounds of severe storms hammered southern Indiana and central Kentucky on Friday, July 20, 2018 bringing very large hail, wind damage, heavy rain, and 3 confirmed tornadoes. The largest hail report we received was 4 inches in diameter (softball size) in Tompkinsville, KY! The strongest measured wind gust was 70 mph at the Lexington Bluegrass Airport.
NWS Damage Survey Teams confirmed three tornadoes:
EF-1 Harrison County, IN
EF-1 Hart County, KY
EF-0 Metcalfe County, KY
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