Storms of June 5, 2007

An an upper disturbance interacted with unstable air over the Ohio Valley, severe storms erupted over southern Indiana and central Kentucky.  Large hail was the primary mode of severe weather, though some wind damage occurred as well.

Storm reports from June 5, 2007

Elizabethtown, Kentucky June 5, 2007 Looking east from Elizabethtown, Kentucky at 8:38pm EDT.  Steven Townsend Code 3 Images Photography
 Lawrenceburg, Kentucky on June 5, 2007  Hail accumulating in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky.  Alex Dixon
 Lexington, Kentucky June 5, 2007  Hail in Lexington, Kentucky.
 Lexington, Kentucky  Lexington, Kentucky.  Sent to us by T. G. Shuck/WKYT
 Lexington, Kentucky  Big hail in Lexington, Kentucky.  Sent to us by T. G. Shuck/WKYT
 Brr!  Lexington, Kentucky  Brrr!!  Lexington, Kentucky.  Sent to us by T. G. Shuck/WKYT
 Hail Cats  Hail on the field at Commonwealth Stadium.  Sent to us by T. G. Shuck/WKYT
 Golf, anyone?  Golf, anyone?  Lexington, Kentucky.  Sent to us by T. G. Shuck/WKYT
 Looks like rain  A severe storm approaches northern Madison County.  Sent to us by T. G. Shuck/WKYT
 Measured hail
 Lexington, Kentucky.  We always appreciate exact measurements of hail!  Sent to us by T. G. Shuck/WKYT
Chestnut Grove -- no that's not snow! Hail damage and accumulation near Chestnut Grove, Kentucky (Shelby County).  John Belski/WAVE
Hail fog Hail fog over an ice-covered field near Chestnut Grove.  John Belski/WAVE
Hail drift Footprints in the hail near Chestnut Grove.  John Belski/WAVE
Woodford County Big hail in Woodford County at 5:05pm.  Woodford County Emergency Management
Woodford County Hail accumulation in Woodford County.  Woodford County Emergency Management

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