Last night, around 4am, we had a Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for Daviess County. And, according to the National Weather Service, there's going to be much more of that today. We are under an ENHANCED risk of severe weather today!
Saturday, it was a little rainy in town so I I turned my wipers on and my headlights. My friend asked if it was state law in Kentucky for headlights to be on when wipers are in use? I had no idea. She lives in Tennessee and said it is the law there. Off to researching I went.
Though the groundhog said we should be on the lookout for six more weeks of winter weather, Mother Nature has a dose of spring up her sleeve. The National Weather Service says parts of the tristate are under a Marginal Risk of severe weather today. Tomorrow, our chances increase.
Growing up, I just thought tornadoes were only supposed to happen in the spring. After all, the deadly Brandenburg tornado of 1974 was a spring storm, and that is THE reference point storm for the 1970s.
Collisions between automobiles and deer can happen at any time of the year, but especially with the rising floodwaters at the Twin Bridges. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet want to keep you safe and have issued this important warning for motorists starting this afternoon.
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