Louisville severe weather: Severe thunderstorm watch Thursday

Tracking storms: Severe thunderstorm watch extended for WLKY viewing area

Scattered storm threat continues through the early overnight.



Meteorologist Jake Cardoso. You just want to bring you up to date as to what’s going on. We’re gonna take this commercial break and show you the radar scan, which is lit up in several locations on this tuesday night, not much happening around the metro, but we have *** train of storms just off to the northwest. We’ll get into that in just a second time now, flashing on your tv set, these are severe thunderstorms and good measures have seen many of these cells producing rather large hail, had *** report of windows being knocked out of cars down near boston, that’s in the western portions of NElson County and that storm did move very close to the Bardstown area. It is actually this storm right here in northern Washington County in Kentucky. This is a severe thunderstorm warning in effect, especially the north of the Springfield area, where we could still see some major hail and gusty winds heading towards Willis Berg in the LIT C area. I think this storm will indeed stay north of the Springfield area. Alright, as we go back to our viewing area. Now, let’s go a little farther off to the north. We also have other severe thunderstorms, especially the north and northeast of the metro, the severe storm moving across Jefferson County in indiana and Jennings County likely producing high winds over the order of over 60 miles per hour and *** few spots. And the potential for some large hail. This will come close to Madison, but basically cover areas immediately north of the Madison area, up into Jennings county. And as you can see, we are going to have a severe thunderstorm warning in sections of north and northeastern Washington County in indiana, notice that pink and black core just north of Georgetown, East of lawsuits, that is *** large hail core that is moving eastbound and could impact places like Scott County and Scottsburg in the not so distant future. Finally, as we go *** little farther south, the storms across Floyd County, back through Washington County, southern Washington County and Orange County. Not severe, but they continue to form and move steadily off towards the east. We’ll keep you posted all night around Louisville. Not much happening, but I think that will change later tonight. *** severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect has been extended until 2:00 AM. Let’s get you back to programming

Tracking storms: Severe thunderstorm watch extended for WLKY viewing area

Scattered storm threat continues through the early overnight.

Interactive Radar | Weather alertsA stalled front drafted across Kentucky will come out in the Plains this afternoon, bringing our next chance for showers and a few strong storms.And on Thursday afternoon, the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch entire WLKY viewing area, which includes the Louisville Metro, southwest counties and southern Indiana. This weather advisory will be in place until 2 am. poor drainage and low lying areas. The tornado threat is low, but cannot be ruled out. The timing of these storms looks to be between 4 and 10 pm.

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A stalled front draped across Kentucky will meet in the Plains this afternoon, bringing our next chance for showers and a few strong storms.

And on Thursday afternoon, the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the entire WLKY viewing area, which includes the Louisville Metro, the southern counties of the city and southern Indiana.

This weather advisory will be in place until 2 am

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The severe weather was preceded by severe weather earlier Thursday.

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Large hail, damaging winds, and heavy downpours are possible along with minor flooding of poor drainage and low lying areas. The tornado threat is low, but cannot be ruled out.

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The timing of these storms looks to be between 4 and 10 pm

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Any lingering showers will end up paving the way for a record heat on Fridays and Saturdays.

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