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Tornado Watch Number 91

NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK

725 PM EDT Wed Apr 8 2020

 

 

The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a

 

 

* Tornado Watch for portions of

Central and Southern Indiana

Central Kentucky

Southwest Ohio

 

 

* Effective this Wednesday night and Thursday morning from 725 PM

until 200 AM EDT.

 

 

* Primary threats include...

A few tornadoes possible

Widespread damaging winds and isolated significant gusts to 75

mph likely

Widespread large hail and isolated very large hail events to 3

inches in diameter likely

 

 

SUMMARY...A fast-moving line of severe thunderstorms currently over

Illinois will move across the watch area this evening. Large hail

and damaging winds will be possible with these storms. A few

tornadoes will also be possible - especially across the southern

half of the watch.

 

 

The tornado watch area is approximately along and 90 statute miles

east and west of a line from 10 miles northwest of Muncie IN to 55

miles east southeast of Bowling Green KY.

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My favorite meteorologist out of Louisville is pretty concerned.

 

I am too. Some of the probably tornadoes could be quite strong. I was checking the SARS-Analog Soundings and it showing some tornadoes around EF-3-EF-4 range. It is showing a possible EF-3 here in Madison County early tomorrow morning around 1 am.

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I am too. Some of the probably tornadoes could be quite strong. I was checking the SARS-Analog Soundings and it showing some tornadoes around EF-3-EF-4 range. It is showing a possible EF-3 here in Madison County early tomorrow morning around 1 am.

 

Pulaski going to fall into that zone later in the a.m.?

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Pulaski going to fall into that zone later in the a.m.?

 

If the storms hold their intensity.

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Everybody in NKY needs to be in their tornado shelter right now. Multiple Tornado Warnings right now.

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I don't know if it is over yet or not but WOW man!

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If you are west and southwest of Maysville you need to be in shelter right now. Maysville as well. Multiple radar indicated tornadoes moving ESE right now.

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Warsaw got slammed pretty hard. Worst I remember in a good while. Most I have ever heard the sirens.

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That was different. The sound to that storm was different. We got dime sized hail here in Southern Campbell County. Winds didn't get bad enough to do any damage that I can see.

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That was different. The sound to that storm was different. We got dime sized hail here in Southern Campbell County. Winds didn't get bad enough to do any damage that I can see.

 

Exactly!

 

The color was different too, some purple and blue hues.

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Our power went off immediately during the storm, but came back around 3:05 a.m.

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We had sirens and loud wind and rain, but our subdivision was spared. Other parts of the county weren’t so lucky, but I have heard no injuries.

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The only storm reports I have been able to find are out of the NWS-Wilmington, OH office. No report of any tornado touchdowns but several reports of thunderstorm wind damage in and around Maysville. Most of them happened around 11:30 PM.

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The only storm reports I have been able to find are out of the NWS-Wilmington, OH office. No report of any tornado touchdowns but several reports of thunderstorm wind damage in and around Maysville. Most of them happened around 11:30 PM.

It’s a bit disconcerting when at 11:20 the Cincinnati TV weatherman says, “Uh-oh. If you live in Maysville, get to your shelter now”.

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