Mesoscale discussion #1- severe threat west of I-75.

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1. SPC mesoanalysis shows an advection of moisture dewpoints close to 60*F, Mixed layer CAPE values of 500 J/KG, Helciity values of over 500 m/s ^2 advecting into Western kentucky.

– A squall line of strong storms has moved into the Ohio River valley as well with severe storms just West of Louisville, won’t talke much mixing to get strong winds down to the surface.

– Threat for damaging winds across this entire region with a tornado threat further south and west today.

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6 Responses to “Mesoscale discussion #1- severe threat west of I-75.”

  1. mitch Says:

    Numerous reports of damage in Louisville. This line has 60 MPH winds, small hail and heavy rain with it. This line should reach BG, e-town and Lexington in the next hour.

  2. mitch Says:

    http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/md/md0025.html

  3. mitch Says:

    ashland, jackson and somerset in the next hour.

  4. mitch Says:

    tornado on the ground with the Allen and Simpson warning

  5. mitch Says:

    Why has a watch not been issued????

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