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BGP Severe Weather Alert Day 7/2/23


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Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms will pose a risk for damaging wind and hail in a corridor from the Mid-South and lower Ohio and Tennessee Valley east-northeastward into the Mid-Atlantic region this afternoon and evening. Damaging wind gusts appear to be the most likely hazard, though some hail will also be possible with sustained supercells. A tornado or two could also occur, especially if any supercells can interact with a modifying remnant outflow later today. At this time, the greatest relative risk is expected from near the Ohio River in KY southward into parts of northern Tennessee, and an Enhanced Risk has been introduced in this area.








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Just received this from the National Weather Service-Louisville.



Good morning -

Expect more clusters of thunderstorms today, with strong to severe storms possible this afternoon into this evening. Damaging winds will be the main threat, with large hail and locally heavy rain also possible. We can't rule out a tornado either. The Enhanced Risk (Level 3 of 5) is driven mainly by the higher probability of damaging wind gusts, rather than the magnitude of any severe hazard.

While any time today is fair game for thunderstorms, the most likely time frame for strong or severe storms will be from 2-10 PM EDT.

If you have any outstanding questions or concerns, don't hesitate to reply to this email or call the office.

Best regards,

--NWS Louisville



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