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02/23/2012

New Severe T-Storm Warnings For KY

North of the river, things remain quiet and the severe threat remains very low. Along and south of the river, the cold front is activating and storms are firing with the potential continuing for hail and an isolated damaging wind threat. Take a look at StormView HD...

 

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One of these storms is severe, but it is still a distance away from Hart and Grayson counties. Severe T-Storm Warning for Hart and Grayson county until 11:15 EST. Hail up to the size of quarters is the main threat.

 

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North of this storm near Lilac, KY, we have a strong storm that may also have hail.

 

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This storm north of Leitchfield is pushing 40,000 feet. One of the deeper storms we have seen today.

 

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North of Crest, KY near Lebanon Junction, KY, we have a storm that may also produce some small hail.

 

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Rain continues now in southern Jefferson and northern Bullitt counties.

 

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Remember, I will have the most frequent updates for this potential severe weather on my facebook. It is a good way for you and your friends to stay plugged in to the latest...

 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marc-Weinberg/171330336238674

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