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Severe Weather possible Thursday 3/25/21


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 Widespread early storms during the first half of the day lower confidence in more that a Sight/Marginal chance at this  time. However, some destabilization is expected by late day or during the evening. Potential will exist for a line of storms to develop along the cold front with damaging wind and weak short live tornadoes the main threats. The slight risk may  be expanded farther north in later outlooks.



The radar shows the precipitation.




The EHI shows the conditions for possible severe storms grow before the squall line moves through Kentucky.



One thing to note. The same area that saw the tornado outbreak in the southeast last week will be looking at another one this week. Check back for updates tomorrow.

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 The possibility of severe weather has increased for Thursday. Widespread rain and thunderstorms will occur over a large part of the Ohio Valley region during the day. However, some destabilization should occur, especially during the evening. Potential will exist for a forced line of storms to develop along the cold front, near and south of the
   surface low as it tracks northeast through this region during the  evening and overnight. The primary threats will be damaging wind and possibly some  tornadoes. As mentioned in my last post. The Storm Prediction Center has expanded the Slight Risk Area to cover most of Kentucky. Western Kentucky is now under a Enhanced Risk for severe storms.




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