20 tornadoes in the WLKY viewing area this yearIt has been an active year for tornadoes in our area. Over the weekend, another tornado was confirmed at Guston in Meade Co. The damage in Bullitt Co. was from straight line winds. The Guston tornado was the 20th tornado this year in the WLKY viewing area. That is a record.
WEBVTT WEATHERWITH METEOROLOGIST JOHN BELSKI.JOHN: EARLIER WE MENTIONED ACOUPLE OF STORM SURVEYS PLANNEDFOR TOMORROW TO SEE IF THERE WASACTUAL TORNADO DAMAGE.THIS IS AN AMAZING FIGURE.NOT INCLUDING TODAY'S A STORMS,WE'VE HAD 19 TORNADOES THIS YEARAND THE WLKY VIEWING AREA.THIS HAS BEEN ONE OF THE MOSTACTIVE YEARS FOR TORNADOES EVERLOCALLY.FORTUNATELY MOST OF THEM HAVEBEEN ON THE SMALL SIDE, BUTSTILL A TORNADO, BAD ENOUGH TOCAUSE DAMAGE.TEMPERATURES TAKING A TUMBLE.THE COLD FRONT CAME THROUGH,...
Damaging winds in a few spots this afternoonUpdated Saturday at 9:45 AM..... A wild day weatherwise is in progress. First of all, there is a WIND ADVISORY in effect until 1:00 AM tonight. Sustained winds of 15-25 mph today with gusts of 40-50 mph are expected throughout the day. For mid-day the strongest gusts will be in the 35-45 mph range and from 2:00 until 8:00 gusts will be in the 40-50 mph range. Scattered power outages are expected.
4 big Thanksgiving Day runs in the Louisville area
38th annual Iroquois Hill Runners 5 miler
47th annual Turkey Trot 5K
Louisville Hungry Turkey 5K
29th annual New Albany Fast Freddies 5 miler
Good luck to all the runner and walkers
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Selecting a term
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