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7:45 update

Storms remain below severe limits as they cross portions of the plateau, but some of them sure are packing a punch. The folks at the Fentress County Fair can testify to that!

Remember that outflow boundary I showed in the last post? Well, it has certainly kicked off some storms. Some of the earlier storms have actually caught up with that boundary and it is certainly causing them to intensify a bit. One or two of these storms could become briefly severe.

Below is the current radar. Storms are slowly drifting southeast.


That outflow boundary and its interaction with the storms shows up quite well in animation!


Hopefully, some of us will get some good rain from this. Fingers crossed!

And don’t forget to look out for that lightning. Some of these storms are producing very frequent strikes!

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