Logan County Straight Line Wind Damage

Supercell #1:

Begin Time:  3:30 PM CST
End Time:  3:31 PM CST
Begin Point:  Deer Lick Road in NW Logan County
End Point:  Deer Lick Road in NW Logan County
Wind Speed: 60 MPH
Injuries:  0
Fatalities:  0

The National Weather Service in conjunction with the Logan County Emergency Management conducted a storm survey in Logan County, Kentucky.

It was determined straight-line winds downed a few trees on Deer Lick Road in northwestern Logan County. The National Weather Service in Louisville would like to thank the NWS office in Nashville for their assistance with the storm damage survey.


Supercell #2:

Begin Time:  4:07 PM CST
End Time:  4:08 PM CST
Begin Point:  5 miles SW of Russellville
End Point:  5 miles SW of Russellville
Wind Speed: 75 MPH
Injuries:  0
Fatalities:  0

The National Weather Service in conjunction with Logan County, KY Emergency Management concluded in their storm survey that straight-line winds destroyed a barn one mile south-southeast of the intersection of US 79 and SR 1041 along SR 1041 just southeast of Cave Springs. There was also minor roof/siding damage to a home in this area, and there were several trees down.

The National Weather Service in Louisville would like to thank the NWS office in Nashville for their assistance with the storm damage survey.

Here's a radar image of storms crossing opposite corners of Logan County.  The northwestern storm is "Supercell #1" above.  The NWS didn't receive any reports from the southeastern storm, but it likely did produce hail as well.

Logan County radar


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