Louisville has been hit by a series of heavy thunderstorms resulting in a loss of property and nature. Louisville’s weather conditions aren’t that feasible. The thunderstorm in Louisville blew over trees and destroyed other property due to the heavy downpour.
The National Weather Service of Louisville, Kentucky has issued a tornado warning for Edmonson and Grayson counties until 11:45 a.m. All the locals of Louisville, Kentucky are advised to take preventive measures for the harsh weather which might continue to damage property within the region. No injuries have been reported in Louisville thus far, however everyone is still advised to remain indoors and take care.
National Weather Service hydrologist Mike Callahan in Louisville said the storm’s wind speed was more than 75 mph, with 40-to-50 mph gusts outside of the thunderstorms.
According to several reports, a roof came off a building in Hopkinsville and downed trees were scattered around western Kentucky, but damage appeared minimal. The Louisville Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Fulton County Crew reported a grain bin that had blown across the roadway on KY 94 near the intersection with KY 971 and hit a vehicle.