Special Weather Statement

Areas Affected: Alexander; Edwards; Franklin; Hamilton; Hardin; Jackson; Jefferson; Johnson; Massac; Perry; Pope; Pulaski; Saline; Union; Wabash; White; Williamson

NWS Paducah (Southern Illinois and Indiana, Southeastern Missouri and Western Kentucky)

...HEAT INDICES OF 100 to 105 AGAIN THURSDAY AFTERNOON... High temperatures in the lower 90s will combine with high humidity levels to produce heat indices from around 100 to near 105 Thursday afternoon. Some relief will come to a few areas as a few isolated to scattered thunderstorms develop. If you are active outdoors, take breaks, and drink plenty of non- alcoholic fluids. Those involved with children should always check the back seat before leaving their vehicle.


Severe Thunderstorm Watch

Areas Affected: Arthur; Blaine; Boyd; Brown; Buffalo; Chase; Cherry; Custer; Dawson; Deuel; Dundy; Frontier; Furnas; Garden; Garfield; Gosper; Grant; Greeley; Hall; Harlan; Hayes; Hitchcock; Holt; Hooker; Howard; Kearney; Keith; Keya Paha; Lincoln; Logan; Loup; McPherson; Perkins; Phelps; Red Willow; Rock; Sherman; Thomas; Valley; Wheeler

NWS Storm Prediction Center (Storm Prediction Center - Norman, Oklahoma)

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 345 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1100 PM CDT FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS NE . NEBRASKA COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE ANTELOPE ARTHUR BLAINE BOYD BROWN BUFFALO CHASE CHERRY CUSTER DAWSON DEUEL DUNDY FRONTIER FURNAS GARDEN GARFIELD GOSPER GRANT GREELEY HALL HARLAN HAYES HITCHCOCK HOLT HOOKER HOWARD KEARNEY KEITH KEYA PAHA KNOX LINCOLN LOGAN LOUP MCPHERSON PERKINS PHELPS RED WILLOW ROCK SHERMAN THOMAS VALLEY WHEELER


Special Weather Statement

Areas Affected: Bath; Bell; Breathitt; Clay; Elliott; Estill; Fleming; Floyd; Harlan; Jackson; Johnson; Knott; Knox; Laurel; Lee; Leslie; Letcher; Magoffin; Martin; McCreary; Menifee; Montgomery; Morgan; Owsley; Perry; Pike; Powell; Rockcastle; Rowan; Wayne; Whitley; Wolfe

NWS Jackson (Eastern Kentucky)

...Hot and Humid Conditions Expected for Thursday... Temperatures are expected to top out in the low 90s by Thursday afternoon. With added humidity, heat indexes will rise to near 100 degrees in many locations. Heat of this magnitude, though not uncommon for July, can be hazardous. If outside, make sure to drink plenty of water, take breaks, and wear light and loose fitting clothing. Young children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstance.