The severe weather threat is moving beyond the Louisville area

The severe weather threat is moving beyond the Louisville area

A severe storm swept through the area overnight, bringing strong winds, rain and storms. While a watch was in effect most of the night, only one tornado warning was issued for the viewing area. The main threats have passed, but more rain will fall overnight and high winds will continue into Saturday. Here’s a look back at how the storm blew through the night: Live updates 2 a.m.: All warnings canceled. There are no active warnings in the WLKY viewing area, but the heavy rainfall is not completely over. A tornado watch is scheduled to end at 3 a.m. 1:40 a.m.: A flood warning has been issued for Henry, Oldham and Shelby counties until 4 a.m. 1:30 a.m.: A tornado watch has been issued for Marion and Taylor counties until 2 a.m. A thunderstorm warning has been issued for Eminence and New Castle and Pleasureville until 2 a.m. 1:20 p.m.: Tornado Warning for Hart County. 6800 without power in Jefferson County 1:10 p.m.: Jefferson, Henry, Oldham, Shelby counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 1:30 p.m. 12:50 p.m.: A special weather statement has been issued for Frankfort, Shelbyville and Middletown through 1:15 a.m. and 12:40 p.m.: More than 5,600 are without power around Jefferson County. Check for power outages: duke| LG&E. Major power outages from Hurstbourne to Middletown. Winds reached 55-60 mph around the Louisville area. 12:15 p.m.: Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 12:45 for Clark County and Floyd County in Indiana and Carroll, Oldham, Shelby, Trimble, Henry and Jefferson counties in Kentucky. “We don’t see a lot of rotation,” says Jay Cardosi. Strong winds move through 12 a.m.: A Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for southern Harrison County, Indiana until 12:15 a.m. The best opportunities to turn are west of I-65. Interactive radar ACTIVE WEATHER ALERTS 11:45 p.m.: No further tornado warnings at this time. Surveillance is still in effect and includes some other counties to the east. 11:30 p.m.: A tornado warning is in effect for Owensboro and the northern portion of Breckenridge County, Kentucky, in Perry County, Indiana until 11:45 p.m. There are no reports yet locally of any funnel clouds. There is nothing dangerous yet in the subway. 8:50 p.m.: Louisville, western counties are under a tornado watch until 3 a.m

A severe storm hit the area overnight, bringing strong winds, rain and storms.

While a watch was in effect most of the night, only one tornado warning was issued for the viewing area.

The main threats have passed, but more rain will fall overnight and high winds will continue into Saturday.

Here’s a look at how the storm will play out overnight:

Live updates

2 am: All warnings have been cancelled. There are no active warnings in the WLKY viewing area, But the heavy rainfall wasn’t quite done.

The tornado watch is scheduled to end at 3 a.m

1:40 AM: A flood warning has been issued for Henry, Oldham and Shelby counties until 4 a.m

1:30 AM: Tornado warning for Marion and Taylor counties until 2 a.m Thunderstorm Warning for Eminence, New Castle and Pleasureville until 2 a.m

1:20 PM: Tornado warning for Hart County.

6,800 are without power in Jefferson County.

1:10 PM: Jefferson, Henry, Oldham and Shelby counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 1:30 p.m.

12:50 PM: A special weather statement has been issued for Frankfort, Shelbyville and Middletown until 1:15 a.m

12:40 PM: More than 5,600 are without power around Jefferson County. Check for power outages: duke | LG&E.

Major power outages from Hurstbourne to Middletown.

Winds will reach 55-60 mph around the Louisville area.

12:15 PM: Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 12:45 for Clark County and Floyd County in Indiana and Carroll, Oldham, Shelby, Trimble, Henry and Jefferson counties in Kentucky.

“I don’t see a lot of rotation,” says Jay Cardosi. Strong winds move through it.

12 in the morning: A Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for southern Harrison County, Indiana until 12:15 p.m

The best opportunities for turning are west of I-65.

Interactive radar Active weather alerts

11:45 PM: No further tornado warnings at this time. Surveillance is still in effect and includes some other provinces located to the east.

11:30 pm: A tornado warning is in effect for Owensboro and the northern portion of Breckenridge County, Kentucky, up to Perry County, Indiana, until 11:45 p.m.

There are no local reports yet of any funnel clouds. Nothing serious so far in the metro.

8:50 pm: Louisville, western counties are under a tornado watch until 3 a.m

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