Tracking severe weather conditions, tornado warnings

Severe Weather Tracking: Tornado Warnings Leave Louisville Metro

A robust storm system could bring strong to severe storms to the Midwest.



IS WEEK TO REPLACE NATIONAL REQUIREMENT. >> NOW YOUR WLKY WEATHER WITH METEOROLOGIST DANIEL JOHNSON. NIDA: IT HAS GOT AN ACTIVE NIGHT THROUGHOUT THE OBSERVATION AREA, WE RECEIVE SEVERAL DAMAGE REPORTS IN THE AREA, GUSTS OF WIND WHICH CAUSED A LOT OF DAMAGE, AND WE HAVE REPORTS IN JEFFERSON COUNTY AND COUNTY FROM SHELBY OF TORNADOES ON THE GROUND. WE CONTINUE TO UPDATE YOU WITH INFORMATION, PHOTOS, VIDEOS, LIVE REPORTS. ETH GOOD NEWS IS, THE WORST OF TIME IS DONE WITH THE ENTIRE VIEWING AREA. JUST RAIN ON THE RIGHT N VERY IT IS MUCH QUIETER COMPARED TO WHAT IT WAS EARLIER WHEN WE HAD LIGHTNING, CAMAER SHOCKING, HEAVY RAIN. TODAY’S HIGH TEMPERATURE IS 74. LOW IS 63, AND WE ARE SITTING IN THE 60S RIGHT NOW. BEGIN TO REACH OUR LOW TEMPERATURE THIS TIME. TEMPERATURES WILL DROP RAPIDLY OVERNIGHT. GUSTS, JEFFERSON COUNTY, SHELBY COUNTY H SADOME STRONGEST WINDS. ITAS W – A TORNADO HAS BEEN CONFIRMED BY RADAR, AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND SHELBY COUNTY SEE THE TORDONE ON THE GROUND. WE HAVE REPORTS OF A POSSIBLE TORNADO IMPORT – IN PARTS OF SOUTHERN JEFFERSON COUNTY. WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED WITH MORE INFORMATION. ON A COLD NIGHT, THE WINDS FROM THE SOUTH ARE STARTING TO EASE FROM WHERE THEY WERE EARLIER WITH GUS AUTBO0 7 — GUSTS. A STRONG COLD FRONT FACES WARM SOUTHERN AIR. WE FACE RAIN FOR THE NEXT HOURS WITH THIS SYSTEM. TORNADO WARNINGS, SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS LONGER HOLDING BUT OUTSIDE OUR VIEWING AREA PUSHING EAST OF LEXINGTON. WE ARE LOOKING FOR RAIN SHOWERS HERE IN THE SUBWAY. IT IS LIGHT RAIN AT THE MOMENT AND WILL BE MODERATE AT THE MOMENT. THERE IS NO MORE SEVERE WEATHER FOR TONIGHT. THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXTINGUISHING, WE WILL DROP QUICKLY OVERNIGHT AND BOUND UP WELL TOMORROW. SUN, MID 60’S. LOW 40’S WEST. I TEMPERATURES, LOW TO MID 60’S ACROSS THE AREA. HERE ARE ALL THOSE STORMS MOVING AWAY FOR THE REGION — FROM THE REGION. WE WAKE UP WITH A FEW CLOUDS AT 5 AM, 6 AM, 7 AM, BUT THEY ARE NEGO BY SUNDAY. A LOT OF SUN. WE START WITH SUNSHINE ON FRIDAY, AND CLOUDS BEGIN TO FORM ONCE AGAIN FROM THE WEST. SEVEN DAY FORECAST, CALMER WEATHER AHEAD. EASTER WEEKEND A FEW SCATTER SHOWERS BUT MOST OF THEM ARE OVERNIGHT. MOST OF SATURDAY APPEARS YDR, HIGH IN THE UPPER 60’S. WE WERE DOWN INTO THE LOW 60’S ON SUNDAY. EASTER SUNDAY SEEMS TO BE MAINLY DRY THROUGH THURSDAY. THE SHOWERS RETURN SUNDAY EVENING AND MAYBE MONDAY MORNING. A BIT OF A COOL SLLPE, THEN WE’RE BACK TO THE MID-60S BY THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK. STEPHON: MOTHER NATURE CHALLENGES YOU TONIGHT. DANI

Severe Weather Tracking: Tornado Warnings Leave Louisville Metro

A robust storm system could bring strong to severe storms to the Midwest.

Tornadoes were reported in the Louisville metro and surrounding areas Wednesday night as a strong line of storms moved through. Interactive Radar | Active Weather Alerts All severe weather watches and warnings have expired in the WLKY viewing area. A tornado was confirmed around the Jeffersontown area. There was another tornado report in the Shelbyville area. The National Weather Service has yet to investigate the reports. Here’s a look at the latest updates Wednesday: 9:00 p.m. – Tornado threat lessens in Louisville metro 8:46 p.m. – Tornado confirmed near Shelbyville according to emergency management 8:45 p.m. – Tornado reported on I-64 near Simpsonville8:40 p.m. – Tornado warned of storm moving northeast8:32 p.m. – Tornado confirmed on ground near Jeffersontown8:30 p.m. – Tornado warning in effect for Jefferson County8:28 p.m. Severe weather moving further into metro Louisville8:20 p.m. – Tornado warning issued for Bardstown8:15 p.m. – Tornado warnings easing for now8:00 p.m. – Now only one active tornado warning southwest of Louisville7:50 p.m. – Severe thunderstorm warning affecting parts of Louisville metro 7:45 p.m. – Two tornado warnings issued: one moving in Grayson County, another moving through Grayson, Hardin and Hart counties7:30 p.m. – Tornado warning issued for western Grayson County through 8:19 p.m. – Tornado warning issued for Jackson County, Indiana 6:45 p.m. – Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Jackson County, Indiana 6:45 p.m. – Line of storms moving into western Kentucky18 30 a.m. – Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to pass after 7 p.m. 6 p.m. – A tornado watch has been issued for the Louisville area The severe weather threat subsided around 9 p.m. in the WLKY viewing area as the system was moving east. Temperatures drop into the 40s on Thursday morning, before climbing into the 60s on Thursday afternoon. Lots of sunshine is also expected on Thursday.

Tornadoes were reported in the Louisville metro and surrounding areas Wednesday night as a strong line of storms moved through.

Interactive Radar | Active Weather Alerts

All severe weather watches and warnings have expired in the WLKY viewing area.

A tornado was confirmed around the Jeffersontown area. There was another tornado report in the Shelbyville area. The National Weather Service has yet to investigate the reports.

Here’s a look at Wednesday’s latest updates:

  • 9 p.m. – Tornado threat subsides in Louisville subway
  • 8:46 p.m. – Tornado confirmed near Shelbyville according to Emergency Management
  • 8:45 p.m. – Tornado reported on I-64 near Simpsonville
  • 8:40 p.m. – Tornado warned that the storm was moving northeast
  • 8:32 p.m. – Tornado confirmed on the ground near Jeffersontown
  • 8:30 p.m. – Tornado warning in effect for Jefferson County
  • 8:28 p.m. Severe weather moving further into Louisville subway
  • 8:20 p.m. – Tornado warning issued for Bardstown
  • 8:15 p.m. – Tornado warnings are easing for now
  • 8 p.m. – Now only one active tornado warning southwest of Louisville
  • 7:50 p.m. – Severe thunderstorm warning affecting parts of Louisville subway
  • 7:45 p.m. – Two tornado warnings are issued: one moving through Grayson County, another moving through Grayson, Hardin and Hart counties
  • 7:30 p.m. – Tornado warning issued for western Grayson County until 8 p.m.
  • 7:00 p.m. – Tornado warning issued for Jackson County, Indiana
  • 6:45 p.m. – Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Jackson County, Indiana
  • 6:45 p.m. – Line of storms moving through western Kentucky
  • 6:30 p.m. – Strong to severe thunderstorms expected to move through after 7 p.m.
  • 6 p.m. – The Tornado watch has been issued for the Louisville area

The threat of severe weather subsided around 9 p.m. in the WLKY observation area as the system moved eastward. Temperatures drop into the 40s on Thursday morning, before climbing into the 60s on Thursday afternoon. Lots of sunshine is also expected on Thursday.

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