more summer like this weekend

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1. Leftovers of the front dying out over the region today will lift northward throughout the week allowing for more muggy and hot air to stream back north into our region. However this will allow for a chance for pop up afternoon storms as well. These storms may produce locally hvy rains. I expect highs to be near 90 or a touch cooler on average throughout the region each day through Saturday.

2. By Sunday and Monday the next cold front approaches with a higher chance of storms and slightly cooler weather by Sunday night.

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7 Responses to “more summer like this weekend”

  1. mitchg Says:

    RECORD EVENT REPORT
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
    0434 PM EDT WED JUN 09 2010

    …RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT LOUISVILLE KY…

    A RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.03 INCHES WAS SET AT LOUISVILLE KY TODAY.
    THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 2.02 SET IN 1877.

  2. mitchg Says:

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON KY HAS ISSUED AN

    * URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY FOR…
    NORTHERN MONTGOMERY COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL KENTUCKY…
    SOUTHERN BATH COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL KENTUCKY…

    * UNTIL 930 PM EDT

    * AT 719 PM EDT…NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED
    THUNDERSTORMS WITH HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS THE ADVISORY AREA. DOPPLER
    RADAR ESTIMATES THAT UP TO AN INCH OF RAIN HAS FALLEN OVER THE
    PAST HOUR IN SOME LOCATIONS.

    * RUNOFF FROM THIS EXCESSIVE RAINFALL WILL CAUSE MINOR FLOODING TO
    OCCUR…ESPECIALLY ALONG SMALL STREAMS AND NEAR LOW WATER
    CROSSINGS. SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL EXPERIENCE MINOR FLOODING
    INCLUDE…OWINGSVILLE…BOURBON FURNACE…CRAIGS…CROOKS…
    EWINGTON…FLAT CREEK…HOPE…HOWARDS MILL…JUDY…KENDALL
    SPRINGS…MARSHALL…AND MIDLAND.

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

    EXCESSIVE RUNOFF FROM THIS STORM WILL CAUSE MINOR FLOODING OF SMALL
    CREEKS AND STREAMS…COUNTRY ROADS…AS WELL AS FARMLAND ALONG THE
    BANKS OF CREEKS AND STREAMS.

  3. mitchg Says:

    …STRONG THUNDERSTORM WITH DANGEROUS LIGHTNING…HEAVY RAIN…AND
    GUSTY WINDS…

    AT 650 PM CDT…NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR WAS TRACKING A
    STRONG THUNDERSTORM NEAR MUNFORDVILLE…AND MOVING EAST AT 20 MPH.

    FREQUENT CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING…HEAVY RAIN WITH RAINFALL RATES
    OF AROUND ONE INCH PER HOUR REDUCING VISIBILITIES TO LESS THAN ONE
    MILE…AND GUSTY WINDS OF AROUND 35 TO 40 MPH…ARE EXPECTED WITH
    THIS STORM.

    THIS STORM WILL AFFECT INTERSTATE 65 IN KENTUCKY BETWEEN MILE MARKERS
    58 AND 71.

  4. mitchg Says:

    …STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WITH DANGEROUS LIGHTNING…HEAVY RAIN…SMALL
    HAIL…AND GUSTY WINDS…

    AT 833 PM CDT…NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR WAS TRACKING
    STRONG THUNDERSTORMS ALONG A LINE EXTENDING FROM 9 MILES NORTH OF
    SCOTTSVILLE TO 11 MILES NORTH OF RUSSELLVILLE…AND MOVING SOUTHEAST
    AT 20 MPH.

    FREQUENT CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING…HEAVY RAIN WITH RAINFALL RATES
    OF AROUND ONE INCH PER HOUR REDUCING VISIBILITIES TO LESS THAN ONE
    MILE…SMALL PEA OR DIME SIZE HAIL…AND GUSTY WINDS OF AROUND 35 TO
    40 MPH…ARE EXPECTED WITH THESE STORMS.

    THESE STORMS WILL ALSO IMPACT…
    RICH POND…
    ROCKFIELD…
    SOUTH UNION…
    HALFWAY…

    THESE STORMS WILL AFFECT INTERSTATE 65 IN KENTUCKY BETWEEN MILE
    MARKERS 20 AND 22.

    THESE STORMS WILL AFFECT THE NATCHER PARKWAY BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 1
    AND 5.

  5. mitchg Says:

    FLOOD ADVISORY
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
    1031 PM EDT WED JUN 9 2010

    KYC003-141-213-227-100530-
    /O.NEW.KLMK.FA.Y.0042.100610T0231Z-100610T0530Z/
    /00000.N.ER.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.OO/
    WARREN KY-LOGAN KY-ALLEN KY-SIMPSON KY-
    931 PM CDT WED JUN 9 2010

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN LOUISVILLE HAS ISSUED A

    * FLOOD ADVISORY FOR…
    ALLEN COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY…
    LOGAN COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY…
    SIMPSON COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY…
    SOUTHERN WARREN COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY…

    * UNTIL 1230 AM CDT

    * AT 929 PM CDT THUNDERSTORMS WERE CONTINUING TO MOVE ACROSS
    NORTHERN LOGAN… SOUTHERN WARREN… SIMPSON… AND ALLEN COUNTIES.
    AN ADDITIONAL 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THESE AREAS.

  6. mitch Says:

    PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
    955 PM EDT THU JUN 10 2010

    ..TIME… …EVENT… …CITY LOCATION… …LAT.LON…
    ..DATE… ….MAG…. ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. …SOURCE….
    ..REMARKS..

    0710 PM TORNADO 2 W COLUMBIA 37.10N 85.34W
    06/09/2010 ADAIR KY BROADCAST MEDIA

    NUMEROUS TREES DOWN WITH ONE PARTIALLY UPROOTED ON A
    HOUSE…ALSO A BARN WAS DEMOLISHED. THE TORNADO WAS AN
    EF-0 WITH WINDS ESTIMATED AT 80 TO 83 MILES AN HOUR. THE
    TORNADO WAS 40 YARDS WIDE AND WAS ON THE GROUND FOR
    APPROXIMATELY THREE QUARTERS OF A MILE.

  7. mitch Says:

    PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT…CORRECTED
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
    1000 PM EDT THU JUN 10 2010

    …NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CONFIRMS AN EF-0 TORNADO IN CENTRAL
    ADAIR COUNTY NEAR COLUMBIA ON JUN 9 2010…

    A STORM DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN
    LOUISVILLE CONFIRMED AN EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN CENTRAL ADAIR
    COUNTY ON WEDNESDAY EVENING…JUN 9 2010.

    BASED ON THE SURVEY AND INTERVIEWS WITH RESIDENTS IN THE AREA…AN
    EF-0 TORNADO BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN 2.6 MILES WEST OF COLUMBIA JUST
    SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 61. A BARN WITH 2 HORSES INSIDE WAS DESTROYED BUT
    THE HORSES WERE NOT HURT. NUMEROUS TREES WERE DOWNED ALONG THE BRIEF
    2 MINUTE LENGTH/PATH OF THE TORNADO WITH ONE TREE PARTIALLY UPROOTED
    ON A GARAGE AS THE TORNADO DISSIPATED ABOUT 2 MILES WEST OF
    COLUMBIA.

    THE DAMAGE TO THE BARN AND THE SIZE OF THE DOWNED TREES WERE
    CONSISTENT WITH EF-0 TORNADO DAMAGE WITH WINDS ESTIMATED TO BE IN
    THE 80-83 MPH RANGE. THE TOTAL LENGTH OF THE TORNADO WAS
    APPROXIMATELY 2/3 OF A MILE WITH A WIDTH OF 40 YARDS.

    SUMMARY…

    TIME…APPROXIMATELY 610 PM CDT/710 PM EDT
    TOUCHDOWN…2.6 MILES WEST OF COLUMBIA NEAR HIGHWAY 61.
    DISSIPATION…2 MILES WEST OF COLUMBIA AT 612 PM CDT.
    EF-SCALE RATING…EF-0
    ESTIMATED MAX WINDS…80 TO 83 MPH.
    PATH LENGTH…2/3 MILE
    PATH WIDTH…40 YARDS
    INJURIES…NONE
    FATALITIES…NONE

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