Friday severe weather tracker

Good Friday, folks. It’s a very busy severe weather day across Kentucky and surrounding states. Rounds of strong to severe storms are pushing across the region, bringing the potential for damage.

The Storm Prediction Center has the severe weather bullseye right on top of us…

A few showers and storms will be noted early today and a few could be strong. The greatest severe weather threat develops this afternoon into the evening hours.

A few supercell thunderstorms may initially develop, bringing the threat for a few tornadoes. Storms should evolve into a huge complex (MCS) that may produce widespread wind damage.

Torrential rains are also likely and this could cause flash flooding issues to develop. That’s especially true for areas getting in on repeat storm action.

Additional rounds of showers and thunderstorms move through over the weekend as a huge upper level low spins overhead. This may cause some more high water issues on the local scale. Temps this weekend will be held way down in the 70s.

I have you all set to track today’s severe weather:

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Have a great Friday and take care.

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