Before we talk about the new chances of severe weather let's take a look at the second confirmed tornado in eastern KY.
...NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMS EF1 TORNADO IN FLOYD COUNTY...
A SURVEY TEAM CONSISTING OF NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL HAVE CONFIRMED THAT AN EF1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
IN FLOYD COUNTY ON MONDAY APRIL 4TH. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 2.7
MILES SOUTH OF TEABERRY AROUND 621 PM EDT. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
ON SMOKEY BRANCH IN EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN FLOYD COUNTY...AND DESTROYED
A TRAILER HOME AND DOWNED CLOSE TO 100 TREES.
THE DETAILS OF THE TORNADO AND ITS PATH:
DATE: APRIL 4TH 2011
TIME: TOUCHDOWN AROUND 621 PM EDT
ESTIMATED MAX WINDS: AROUND 90 MPH
PATH LENGTH: 0.4 MILES
PATH WIDTH: ABOUT 100 YARDS
Coming up on Friday and Saturday we'll be watching for more storms. Here's how it stands at the moment.
This graphic will update with changes in the radar and the risk areas. Right now... the folks in southeast KY are under a slight risk on Friday and again on Saturday.
I'll have more updates on Friday.