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Spring Fling Fires Up Strong Storms

From Jude Redfield...


    Record warmth today as high temps end up in the low-mid 70s. This fuel will help storms develop in southern Indiana this afternoon. They will then begin a move to the south. While the entire line of storms will move slowly to the south the actual individual storm cells will rocket to the northeast at around 50mph. Strong wind energy is present so a few of the stronger storms could produce gusts in excess of 45mph. An isolated severe storm can't be ruled out, but widespread severe storms don't look likely. Rain amounts of a half inch to one inch are likely for a large chunk of Kentuckiana. Isolated higher amounts are possible. Posted below are future radar images indicating the estimated time of arrival.




Make sure to watch Jeremy Kappell between 11:30am and 12:30pm on WDRB News for the latest. Also Rick DeLuca will have live radar updates starting at 4pm on WDRB News as the line of storms approaches. -Jude Redfield-


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