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Monthly Archives: February 2012
We have another threat Friday for severe weather I’ll update on this later today.
the severe weather is clearing out. However the heavy rain from today has led to a chance for some flooding this afternoon.
This storm is heading toward the city of Bowling Green and a tornado warning remains in effect.
This one inclues the city of BG. untill 12:15
Some week rotation is present on doppler radar northeast of BG seek shelter now!
A thunderstorm will track over Warren county with winds up to 60 mph, small hail and heavy rain. a flood advisory is also in effect.
A squall line has been very slow to move southeast. Gusty winds approraching severe limits and small hail are possible. Helicity values are still very high and rotation may quickly form in any storm as well.
Thanks tor the storng overnight LLJ a squall line deelvoped to our west and has moved into areas to our north and west. A tornado has already touched in Madisonville,KY this morning. A extreme amount of shear exisits ahead of … Continue reading
A warm front is still expected to move through overnight. A strong Low level jet (LLJ) will transport moisture into the boundary and provide the lift needed for a period of showers and storms in addition to keeping temperatures rather … Continue reading