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Mike Keltner: New severe storm outlook starts Sun 12 Jul 2015

By Mike Keltner, Adair Co. Emergency Manager

Just as a beautiful Saturday came to an end, the NWS has issued a New Severe Weather Outlook for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, July 12, 13, and 14, 2015:
"The weather pattern aloft will feature numerous weather systems coming into the region from the northwest. As this occurs, the atmosphere is forecast to become very unstable over the Ohio Valley. Multiple rounds of strong to severe thunderstorms are forecast to impact the region beginning as early as late Tonight and continuing through Monday. Damaging winds and very heavy rainfall will be the main threats in storms. Secondary hazards include large hail and isolated tornadoes. Stay abreast of the latest forecasts and be prepared for severe weather over the coming days." - National Weather Service, Louisville, KY
Stay aware of the conditions in your area by visiting the National Weather Service Louisville webpage at: Information on severe weather safety and preparedness actions can be found by visiting: MIKE KELTNER, Director, Adair County Emergency Management

This story was posted on 2015-07-12 06:18:51
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