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A Few Severe Storms Possible

From Jude Redfield...

    Daytime heating (self destruct sunshine) gets the t-storm game going once again this afternoon/evening. Scattered storms flare across sections of Kentuckiana and some will be strong. A few severe storms are possible as well over the next few days. We aren't expecting widespread severe storms, but locally high wind is a possibility. With the remnants of Alberto heading our way it provides enough circulation in the atmosphere we could have a tornado warning or two. This is not uncommon with tropical systems as they move across land. Quite often the rotation is weak and leads to only a minimal tornado risk. A few flood warnings are possible where the most extreme downpours occur. Please see the future radar images below to get an idea of what we have coming.


    Scattered storms will cover a large region in Kentuckiana today and tonight, but don't expect 100% coverage.     


    The center of circulation in Alabama is moving northwest this afternoon and remains well to our south for now. It approaches overnight and moves to near Evansville, IN by Wednesday morning. 


    The swath of widespread, heavy rain is about 100 miles wide and directly underneath the low pressure. This looks to remain west of I-65.

Snow Reports

    The greatest flood potential will follow the path of this low pressure.

Shoes (2)

    As the low pressure heads north tomorrow afternoon it takes the bowling ball of rain with it. We still expect scattered showers and storms on the south side of this as daytime heating develops Wednesday afternoon/evening. Follow Hannah and Marc later today as the radar becomes more active with strong storms -Jude Redfield-


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