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Severe Weather Update

From Jude Redfield...

    Scattered severe storms will develop this afternoon and tonight. Kentuckiana has the likelihood of going under some sort of severe weather watch

Shoes (2)

    Hail larger than 1" in diameter is possible this afternoon and early evening. The hail threat should diminish later tonight. It is possible some areas that end up with multiple rounds of storms could pick up more than 2" of rain. This merits a flash flood threat. The primary hazard with this severe weather situation comes in the form of damaging straight-line wind. some gusts could be greater than 60mph. While a tornado warning or two can't be ruled out, at this point the risk for tornadoes remains relatively low.

Snow Reports

    The first round of severe weather takes aim along and north of the I-64 corridor this afternoon.



    Another round of potentially severe weather arrives tonight. The risk for severe storms will be a notch lower in the locations that pick up the the afternoon storms due to the rain cooled air.


    The severe weather threat should diminish after midnight. Make sure to follow the weather team the remainder of the day as storms move through -Jude Redfield-


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