Severe Storms Tracker

Good evening, gang. Today is turning out as expected with damaging winds and a line of strong to severe storms ongoing.

We have already had sever reports of wind damage across the state, with some injuries across reported in northeastern Kentucky.

This line of severe storms continues to race across central and eastern Kentucky this evening, bringing additional wind damage.

Colder wind blow behind the front with a few flurries later tonight and Sunday.

Your severe weather trackers are fired up and ready to go. Don’t forget to use the interactive radar to track the warnings and storms down to your street…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Enjoy the evening and stay safe. Take care.


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7 Responses to Severe Storms Tracker

  1. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. Appreciate you so much!

  2. winter lover says:

    I live far in Western ky close by the oho river I noticed the line of storms got little weaker as it cross the river . We got lucky as far having severed storms in our area. That river makes a huge difference of proteced our area at times.

  3. Prelude says:

    Soooo…. has anyone looked at the 18z GFS run for December 2nd it shows a App runner with a big hit of snow for Kentucky. My suggestion is to frame it because the GFS will lose it on 00z run. lol

  4. TennMark says:

    A 51 mph gust was recorded at Nashville airport (BNA). Around 3000 Nashville customers are without electricity; my wife and I are thankful not to be in that group even though about 150 customers just on the other side of I-440 from us are in the dark. Temperatures already plunging into the low 40s.

    There were some tornado warnings just to our east (radar indicated rotation), no know touchdowns at this time.

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