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Strongest storms heading out of the area in next few hours

Take all Tornado Warnings seriously

May 25, 2011|KY3 Storm Team Meteorologist Dave Snider | dsnider@ky3.com

THIS EVENINGUpper 60sShowers and storms, most non-severeOVERNIGHTMid 50sRain and thunder at times
THURSDAYMid 60s
Mostly cloudy; chance for rain and showers through most of the day12-hour forecast
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UPPER LEVEL LOW STILL MOVING IN TONIGHT AND THURSDAY

 A tornado watch is posted until 6 pm and is actively being whittled away by the National Weather Service.Following the stronger, even severe storms, we'll move into a period of rain and thunder.  Most of it will be non-severe.  You may experience small hail, gusty winds and much colder air.Cold air funnels, a tornado-like structure, may develop Thursday.  They rarely create any major damage.Stay tuned to KY3 through the afternoon and evening for the very latest.And follow me on Twitter.com at http://www.twitter.com/davesnider
Enjoy your week and be safe,

Dave Snider
KY3 Storm Team
Meteorologist

dsnider@ky3.com
 

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