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Severe Weather Outbreak Monday

By Daniel Wilson, Weather Expert 92.7, The Wave

From all indications, severe weather will impact our area tomorrow and tomorrow night.

Conditions will become more unstable and that will allow storms to develop in far west Kentucky late tonight, where no severe weather is expected. Monday will be a different story. We will see windy conditions and warm temperatures that will help fuel severe thunderstorms from mid-afternoon and into the evening hours.

The primary threat with this line of storms will be torrential rain and damaging winds...secondary threat will be tornadoes and large hail. Persons should make sure their NOAA Weather Radio is in operation and that you familiarize yourself with storm safety rules. - Daniel Wilson - Weather Expert, 92.7 The Wave




This story was posted on 2011-04-03 10:13:48
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