June 21, 2011

Radar Update For Your Drive Home & Severe Risk Adjusted For Louisville

The air has been cooled significantly by the rain that has moved across much of our area and that does have an impact on the fuel for the thunderstorms.

 

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With the cooler air, the severe risk has been really curbed for the Louisville area since it will impossible for our air to recover at this point. Notice the slight risk has been removed for the area that got rain today.

 

SPC Risk 

 

Your drive home will in Louisville still includes quite a bit of moderate rain, so just drive carefully on the way home. :)

 

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Severe T-Storm Warnings Extended In Indiana

Severe T-Storm Warning now includes Jackson County in Indiana. Hail to the size of quarters and winds to 60 mph are possible in this storm!

 

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Another Severe T-Storm Warning Issued!

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Washington county in Indiana until 4 pm. Hail to the size of quarters and damaging winds near 60 mph can be expected with this storm. It is about to move just south of Cambellsburg, IN on Indiana 60.

 

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