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Marginal Risk for storms Thursday afternoon (4/8/21)

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 Heating ahead of the cold front will remove capping by around 2 pm EST, with scattered storms likely from northern GA into TN and KY, as
   well as across IN, OH, and Lower MI. Conditions  will support formation of  strong to severe storms. Hail and localized wind damage will be possible, and perhaps a brief/weak  tornado as storm mode will likely be cellular.

 

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9 hours ago, nWo said:

 Heating ahead of the cold front will remove capping by around 2 pm EST, with scattered storms likely from northern GA into TN and KY, as
   well as across IN, OH, and Lower MI. Conditions  will support formation of  strong to severe storms. Hail and localized wind damage will be possible, and perhaps a brief/weak  tornado as storm mode will likely be cellular.

 

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Hi @nWo!

I coach girls lacrosse and we have a team practicing in Louisville at 3 to 4:30 and another playing a game at 5:30.

What are your thoughts about weather for this timeframe in Louisville?

Thx!

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1 hour ago, Purple88 said:

Hi @nWo!

I coach girls lacrosse and we have a team practicing in Louisville at 3 to 4:30 and another playing a game at 5:30.

What are your thoughts about weather for this timeframe in Louisville?

Thx!

You should be ok. It appears that most of the showers and/or storms should be past Louisville by that time. 

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The Storm Prediction Center has raised the threat level for portions of Kentucky this afternoon.  A section of Kentucky is now in a level 2 Slight Risk Area for scattered strong to severe storms. This area is surrounded by a level 1 Marginal Risk Area.

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Partial clearing has begun to occur ahead of a front that is forecast to pass through Kentucky later today. Conditions could become favorable for a few robust  and fast-moving thunderstorms this afternoon. These conditions will promote linear/bowing storms capable of gusty and locally damaging winds. The HRRR radar has the storms starting to form just east of I-65 around the 3-4 pm EST time period. The storms should be out of Kentucky by early Friday morning. 

 

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