TODAY'S BLOG: **Updated Stormy Timeline**
From Jude Redfield...
This blog is all about the future radar and what we are looking at tonight. **Just remember the exact placement and time is not exactly how it will appear. This gives a good idea what will be taking place and these are all estimations but usually pretty close...(USUALLY).
I am in pretty good agreement with what we are looking at. Notice ahead of the main squall line we will see a few storms develop with the daytime heating. These storms should be pulse in nature, but could reach severe limits. Keep in mind as high school football games begin, not everyone in Kentuckiana will be seeing storms. The later we get into the night the better chance we have for a line to form out west and race to the east. In my opinion you need to allow for a 2-3 hour cushion with timing and placement. These storms will accelerate once they fire and could be moving over 50 mph at some point. This means the line could get to Louisville Metro possibly before midnight(a few hours faster than what the future radar shows). When it is all said and done we are without a doubt looking at a better chance for widespread straight line wind type storms rather than storms that would produce many tornado warnings.\
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