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Skies darkening over Louisville. Storms firing nearby.

Clouds have been bubbling up across our western and northern counties for much of the afternoon today with slow moving thundershowers.  More recently, we've seen the clouds growing near the metro area.   

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A current look outside shows some darkening over the Louisville skyline. 


Underneath these clouds, showers and storms are developing a short distance west down I-64 near Corydon and up Hwy 150 into Southern Indiana near Galena and Greenville.


A broader view shows widely scattered showers and storms for areas west of I-65 and along and north of I-71.


The chance of showers and storms will increase over the next hour or two for metro Louisville.  

The severe threat, however, remains quite low.   I'll have a full update on your 4th of July forecast tonight on WDRB News at 10.

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