Weather Louisville Ky
October 26, 2010 by USA Post
The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Edmonson and Grayson counties until 11:45
National Weather Service hydrologist Mike Callahan in Louisville said the storms blowing through Tuesday as part of a cold front include straight line winds over 75 mph, with 40 to 50 mph gusts out of thunderstorms.
Storms generated tornado warnings across much of the state.
Rick Shanklin, a meteorologist warning coordination for the National Weather Service in Paducah, said the roof of a building came to Hopkinsville and downed trees were scattered in western Kentucky, but the damage appeared minimal.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Fulton County crew reported a grain silo was blown onto the roadway on KY 94 near the intersection with KY 971 and struck a vehicle. No injuries reported.
Shanklin, investigators will examine the reports of tornadoes, but none has been confirmed at noon Tuesday.
Forecasters issue a tornado watch for all counties, but most eastern Kentucky as the storm strengthened after day.
The NWS also issued a tornado warning for Ohio County, Todd County and Butler County in Kentucky at 10:30 am
Tornado warnings for Christian and Muhlenberg counties in Kentucky expired at 10:15
Tornado warnings were posted Tuesday morning near Fort Campbell and Hopkinsville. No tornado hit has been confirmed by 9:30, but with a video camera in Hopkinsville shown on a wall cloud shown approaching the city.
Christian and Todd counties in Kentucky were under a tornado warning until 10 am a tornado warning has expired for Trigg County, Kentucky at 09:30
Forecasters issue a tornado watch for all counties, but are in Kentucky as storms strengthened after day.
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