Damage Surveys To Be Conducted 4/5 and 4/6

A line of severe storms rolled through central and southern Kentucky on Monday April4, 2011. Below is a radar loop of the event as well as storm and damage pictures in order by county.  Storm damage surveys are currently being conducted by three teams from the National Weather Service. Check back frequently as we aquire new pictures, and information from the surveys begins to roll in. Also pictured below the radar image is a map of suspected tornado paths. The three western-most tracks are being surveyed today, with the eastern-most tracks planned to be surveyed tomorrow. It is important to remember that these tracks are only suspected and no tornadoes have been confirmed at this point.



#1 -- southern Ohio, northern Butler, southern Grayson counties

#2 -- northern Logan, southern Butler, northern Warren, southern/central Edmonson counties

#3 -- north central Hart, northern Green, northern Taylor counties

#4 -- central Adair, northern Russell, southern Casey counties

#5 -- Monroe, southern Cumberland, and southern/central Clinton counties


Clinton County

Most of the damage in Clinton county was along Indian Creek Road near Grider Hill Dock at Lake Cumberland.



Credit: WBKO Bowling Green


Grayson County

The pictures below are of an uprooted tree on top of a roof, and damage to grain bins at the Caneyville Milling Company.


Credit: WBKO Bowling Green


Monroe County

Below are pictures of barn damage in Gamaliel.


Credit: WBKO Bowling Greeen


Hart County

Pictures of the shelf cloud as it moved through Hart County.


Credit: WBKO Bowling Green


Warren County

Pictured left is a possible funnel cloud and pictured right is an approaching shelf cloud.


Credit: WBKO Bowling Green


Green County

On the back side of a shelf cloud.

Credit: WBKO Bowling Green

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