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Posted: Friday, 04 April 2014 9:10AM

No Severe Weather With Overnight Storms



No damage or flooding is reported as the result of thunderstorms that moved through the area shortly after 3:00am. The predicted severe weather did not materialize in western Kentucky, and all counties in the area had been removed from a Tornado Watch by 3:00am. The National Weather Service also allowed a Flash Flood Watch expire at 7am.

Emergency dispatchers in Christian County and Trigg County report no damage or flooding problems. Pennyrile Electric spokesman Brent Gilkey says there are no power outages anywhere in the counties served by the cooperative. Through 7am Christian County has received 98 hundredths of an inch of rainfall, with Trigg County receiving 1.01 inches, Caldwell County 1.2 inches and Todd County 85 hundredths of an inch. The Trigg County NWS reporting station reported 1.1 inches of rain as of 6am.

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