FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2021 - UPDATE

The National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a new TORNADO WATCH until 2 AM on Friday, December 10 for the following counties:

INDIANA

  • PERRY
  • DUBOIS

KENTUCKY

  • BRECKINRIDGE
  • GRAYSON
  • OHIO
  • MUHLENBERG
  • BUTLER
  • HANCOCK

The National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a TORNADO WATCH effective until 11 PM on Friday, December 10 for the following areas:

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INDIANA

  • GIBSON
  • PIKE
  • POSEY
  • SPENCER
  • VANDERBURGH
  • WARRICK

KENTUCKY

  • BALLARD
  • CALDWELL
  • CALLOWAY
  • CARLISLE
  • CRITTENDEN
  • DAVIESS
  • FULTON
  • GRAVES
  • HENDERSON
  • HICKMAN
  • HOPKINS
  • LIVINGSTON
  • LYON
  • MARSHALL
  • MCCRACKEN
  • MCLEAN
  • TRIGG U
  • NION
  • WEBSTER

ILLINOIS

  • ALEXANDER
  • EDWARDS
  • FRANKLIN
  • GALLATIN
  • HAMILTON
  • HARDIN
  • JACKSON
  • JEFFERSON
  • JOHNSON
  • MASSAC
  • MONROE
  • PERRY
  • POPE
  • PULASKI
  • RANDOLPH
  • SALINE
  • ST. CLAIR
  • UNION
  • WABASH
  • WASHINGTON
  • WAYNE
  • WHITE
  • WILLIAMSON
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From the NWS: An organized outbreak of severe thunderstorms is possible starting this evening and continuing overnight. The main hazards will be damaging winds and tornadoes, including the potential for a couple of strong, destructive tornadoes.

Thunderstorms are expected to develop by late today into the early evening across southeast Missouri and southern Illinois and possibly far west Kentucky, then continue through the overnight hours across southwest Indiana and the rest of western Kentucky. Conditions will
be favorable for damaging winds and tornadoes along a broken line of storms, and a couple long-track tornadoes are possible.

Outside of thunderstorms, strong gradient non-thunderstorm wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph are possible this evening into early Saturday morning.

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