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  1. Severe weather will be possible late Friday afternoon into Friday night with damaging wind the primary threat. A tornado or two will also be possible along with isolated large hail. Thunderstorms will be capable of producing locally heavy rainfall late Friday afternoon and Friday night, leading to the potential for some flooding concerns. The possible severe weather looks to be mainly north of I-64. A Category 2 Slight Risk Area includes northern Kentucky along with the Cincinnati area.
  2. Isolated scattered to strong severe storm will be possible Wednesday afternoon. Conditions could become favorable for damaging wind gusts and possible hail. A tornado threat could also be possible in later updates. The Storm Prediction Center has a large section of Kentucky under a category 1 Marginal Risk Area for Wednesday afternoon into the evening hours. The following HRRR radar simulation is from noon to 10 p.m. EDT on Wednesday.
  3. Sunday morning update: Conditions ahead of the front forecast to cross Kentucky will be the primary catalyst for thunderstorm development. Forecast sounding suggest supercell storms are likely ahead of the front. Large hail will be possible with the strongest storms. There is the potential for a few tornadoes with these supercells mainly west of I-65. The Storm Prediction Center has portions of western Kentucky under a category 2 Slight Risk area. The rest of Kentucky is under a category 1 Slight Risk area except for southeast Kentucky. After the initial round of precipi
  4. The majority of Kentucky could see from isolated to scattered strong to severe storms Sunday. The Storm Prediction Center has western Kentucky in category 2 Slight Risk Area. A category 1 Marginal Risk Area exists from western Kentucky to just east of I-75. The instability needed for severe storms to form will be weaker in Kentucky than other parts of the country that could see severe storms Sunday. Even so, with surface dewpoints in the upper 50s to low 60s that suggests some potential for surface-based storms with only modest daytime heating. Both strong to locally damagin
  5. URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Severe Thunderstorm Watch Number 152 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 1235 PM CDT Thu May 6 2021 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Watch for portions of Northeast Arkansas Southern Illinois Far southwest Indiana Western Kentucky Southeast Missouri Western Tennessee * Effective this Thursday afternoon and evening from 1235 PM until 600 PM CDT. * Primary threats include... Scattered damaging winds and isolated signifi
  6. That should have been 5/3-4/21. Meaning yesterday and today.
  7. Isolated storms should start firing up in western Kentucky in the next hour or so. They will progress in an easterly direction across the state. With the clearing that is ongoing now the storms that do form may be a little stronger than first anticipated. The storms should start losing some steam as the evening wears on. Look for damaging wind and isolated large hail and a possible tornado or two in the stronger storms. The following simulations are from 3 pm EST to 11 pm EST tonight. HRRR Radar EHI conditions for storms to develop Tornado Kee
  8. Portions of Kentucky west of I-65 are once again in a category 2 Slight Risk Area for scattered strong to severe storms later today. East of I-65 is under a category 1 Marginal Risk Area. Partial clearing is underway ahead of the mid-level trough over the Ozarks. This should contribute to sufficient recovery for a threat of isolated to scattered large hail and damaging winds for most of Kentucky later today.
  9. Be mindful of lightning if/when a strong storm moves through your area. I know of one house set on fire in Bowling Green after a lightning strike.
  10. The Storm Prediction Center has retracted the category 3 Enhanced Risk Area in Kentucky. It now only included western Kentucky. A category 2 Slight Risk Area covers a section of Kentucky from around Madisonville to I-75. East of I-75 is covered by a category 1 Marginal Risk Area. The greatest threat for severe storms starting late tonight in western Kentucky and progresses till the early morning hours for the rest of the state. Very large hail, tornadoes a couple of which could be strong and intense damaging winds. If I had to put a time on the possible storm development star
  11. I'm issuing a Severe Weather Alert for later this evening into the day on Tuesday. The Storm Prediction Center has increased the threat level for a majority of Kentucky. Portions of Kentucky west of I-65 is now under a Category 3 Enhanced Risk Area. East of I-65 the majority of Kentucky is under a Category 2 Slight Risk Area while eastern Kentucky is covered by a Category 1 Marginal Risk Area. Scattered severe thunderstorms are expected across portions of the Ohio Valley later tonight into the morning hours on Tuesday. The possibility for severe wind gusts, hail, and tornadoes will accompany t
  12. Severe thunderstorms are expected across parts of Oklahoma and far northeast Texas into the middle Mississippi and lower Ohio Valleys on Monday. Damaging gusts, large hail and a few tornadoes will be possible with this activity. Storm may grow upscale late Monday night into early Tuesday morning across southeast MO/southern IL and spread eastward into the lower OH Valley with a continued damaging wind and tornado threat. The Storm Prediction Center has a portion of Kentucky under a category 2 Slight Risk Area. East of that area the rest of Kentucky is in a Category Marginal Risk Area.
  13. Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms are possible from East Texas across the Mid-South and the Ohio Valley, and into the Mid-Atlantic region and vicinity today. For the Ohio Valley into the Mid-Atlantic area conditions could become favorable for storms that could produce locally damaging wind gusts will be possible. The Storm Prediction Center has the majority of Kentucky in a category 2 Slight Risk Area.
  14. The Storm Prediction Center has raised the threat level for western Kentucky to a category 2 Slight Risk Area.
  15. URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Severe Thunderstorm Watch Number 118 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 1235 PM CDT Wed Apr 28 2021 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Watch for portions of Southern Illinois Western Kentucky Southeast Missouri * Effective this Wednesday afternoon and evening from 1235 PM until 800 PM CDT. * Primary threats include... Scattered damaging wind gusts to 70 mph possible Scattered large hail events to 1.5 inches in diameter possible
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