Update On Storm Potential Tonight ... A Look At AdvanceTrak!
AdvanceTrak is the way we can show you radar, except many hours into the future. You already know tonight has an isolated severe weather threat. If any storms do go severe, hail looks like the primary threat with damaging winds as a secondary threat. We have already seen hail to the size of quarters near Palmyra, IN in one of the stronger storms and isolated hail reports are still possible. The intensity is lowering on the storms and I only expected isolated severe reports from this point forward. The only storm that shows signs of hail right now is the storm moving through Henryville right now. This storm could contain pea sized hail.
Moving forward, lets look at AdvanceTrak to time things out. Notice the storms are in Louisville by around 12:30 am and you can see how the trend is generally for things to weaken.
As we move through the rest of the night, I think the main threats will transition to heavy rain and isolated flash flooding. If there is a hail threat, it would be pea sized hail moving through Scott/Jefferson/Clark counties in IN and Oldham/Tremble/Henry counties in Kentucky. A scond storm could bring pea sized hail along I-64 near Corydon by midnight and Louisville by 12:30 am. These storms are moving east at 35 mph. I will be watching the storms closely through the night.
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