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  1. I'll be back on as soon as possible. Have to get my laptop repaired. I got the dreaded blue screen of death tonight. Computer is completely unusable as of now.
  2. The severe weather threat has increased some for western Kentucky. Western Kentucky: Thunderstorms are expected tonight ahead of a strong cold front. Strong to severe storms are possible across the entire region this evening and overnight, with the best potential for severe storms in southeast Missouri, southern Illinois and far west Kentucky. Damaging winds, isolated tornadoes and large hail are all possible. Localized heavy rainfall could cause flooding of flood prone areas. for areas east of I-65: As a low pressure system moves across the Midwest this afternoon
  3. The greatest likelihood for strong to severe thunderstorms across the outlook area will likely occur during the time period between 9 pm CDT Sunday through 530 am CDT Monday. Damaging winds and the potential for embedded tornadic circulations within a line of thunderstorms will be greatest for southeast Missouri and southwest Illinois during the late evening hours on Sunday. Isolated large hail cannot be ruled out in this area. Those is western Kentucky should pay attention to the weather Sunday night into Monday morning.
  4. Showers and storms with isolated strong to damaging wind gusts will be possible Thursday across parts of the Ohio/Tennessee Valleys into the central/southern Appalachians. As of now timing is Thursday afternoon into the early evening hours. The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Category 1 Marginal Risk Area for possible isolated strong to severe storms. The HRRR radar is showing storms forming and moving southeastward before exiting Kentucky around 6 PM EDT.
  5. Tornado Warning Graves County
  6. You can get warnings through our Twitter page.
  7. The main line of severe storms will enter western Kentucky around 9 EDT pm/8 central and move eastward across Kentucky through the night.
  8. It appears that there will be multiple rounds starting late afternoon and going into the overnight. I will post and update soon.
  9. I'm going to take a little siesta. Looks like it's going to be a long night for me. I have alert areas set up around the state. Any alerts I receive will be posted as soon as possible.
  10. Watch had been issue. It has its own thread.
  11. Guru, if it is okay with you I'm going to start on threat with all of the watch information. If need be you can move this to the other weather thread in the high school football forum. * Primary threats include... Scattered damaging winds and isolated significant gusts to 75 mph possible Isolated large hail events to 1.5 inches in diameter possible A tornado or two possible SUMMARY...At least a few supercells embedded within an organizing cluster are expected this afternoon across the Mid-South. Damaging winds should be
  12. Those in western Kentucky should be weather alert. There is an 80% chance a Severe Thunderstorm Watch will be issued in the next couple of hours or so.
  13. Here's the latest update: Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible this afternoon and this evening. The main severe weather threat with the storms will be damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 MPH. An isolated tornado threat will also be possible. The storms will end from west to east as a strong cold front pushes through the region late tonight. The isolated to scattered strong to severe storms should start firing up around 3 pm EDT. As the front passes through Kentucky from west to east the possible severe weather will move in that direction also. If a storm moves thoro
  14. This will be quick this morning. Here is the latest on the possible severe weather. I will be back about mid morning with a more detailed outlook.
  15. I'm going ahead and issue a BGP Severe Weather Alert Day for Friday. With so many going to be out at games. Everyone should have a way to receive weather related alerts if you will be out and about tomorrow afternoon into the evening hours.
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