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Storm Movement and reports - Wednesday, January 30, 2013

5:30amCT Jobe Darnell, Adair County Roads Supervisor, is on Bliss Road in Magistrate Perry Reeder's District 4 District with the crew working to remove a downed tree blocking the road. After that, the crew will go to Meyer Road off Cedar Grove Road near Clay Ridge in Magistrate Billy Dean Coffey's District 5.

5:23amCT Ladies and gentlemen, Larry Smith, is now entering the studio of the WAVE FM 92.7. He reports that he encountered heavy debris on Russell Springs Road/KY 80, between Sano Road and the radio station. "Motorists need to be on the lookout. Some of the limbs could cause a wreck," he said.

5:09amCT, from Cane Valley, Adair County, KY - Larry Smith, The WAVE FM 92.7, reports that Taylor County School District is on a 2 hour delay, that northern Taylor County is without electricity. "So far I haven't encountered any storm damage in Adair County, he said.

4:58amCT - Larry Smith, The WAVE, FM 92.7, called to report that trees are down on South Columbia Avenue in Campbellsville, that Russell County Schools are on a 2 hour delay, and that Marion County Schools are on a 1 hour delay.

4:52amCT - According to WBKO Tv, the storm has passed through Adair County. The National Weather Service in Louisville, KY, reports that the the warning remains in effect for Casey, Clinton, Russell and Southern Taylor Counties in our area until 5:10amCT/6:10amET.

4:43amCT - The National weather service in Louisville is listing these hazardous weather conditions including: Tornado Warning, Severe Thunderstorm Warning, Wind Advisory. For current weather conditions, See National Weather Service/Columbia, KY

4:30amCT - the storm has moved through Metcalfe County, and Sparksville and Weed in Adair. The storm's rains have begun in Columbia, KY. An on the ground report to CM from Edmonton is that the storm is moving quickly and its activity is over in a few minutes.

This story was posted on 2013-01-30 04:34:39
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