Thursday Evening March 12 2020

This is a quick update on the storm charing our way this evening. It appears on schedule with my prior report. This cluster is across Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia is holding together after dark. There is plenty of lighting as overlaid on this radar snapshot from 9:30 PM.

The timing and tracking of this complex will arrive early Friday morning.

Most of our region will experience this between 4 AM and 7 AM. So heavy rain and some possible rumbles of thunder could greet you on your commute, or shake you out of bed. As if we don’t have enough going on right now.

The good news is that most of this will be gone in the morning, and set up a breezy, but warm afternoon into the 70s.

Here’s a look the potential timeline.


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I will be up early to plot and track the storms with you.  Just wanted to make sure you were aware and not surprised at daybreak.



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