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A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY

 
Biochemky

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03/23/2012 03:14 PM

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A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY
The tornado warning was issued for Jefferson County, KY without any advance notice at 2:21 p.m. and lasted until 2:45 p.m. EST.

[link to www.courier-journal.com]

A second torando warning was issued for three counties (eastern Jefferson, Shelby, and northern Spencer counties) at 2:31 p.m. and lasted until 3 p.m.

[link to www.wave3.com]

An EF-1 or EF-2 tornado touched down in the Fern Creek area on the southeastern side of the Louisville area (just south of the Gene Snyder Freeway and south of Bardstown Road) in extreme southeast Jefferson County, KY near the Bullitt County, KY line.

Homes along Cedar Creek Road and Cooper Chapel Road were damaged.

The tornado had a path of 1/16 of a mile in width and 2 miles in length and caused extensive damage in the community of Fern Creek.

Two homes were flattened, one home was completely picked up off its foundation and rotated, several roofs were blown off of other homes, other major damage is apparent for portions of other homes, a large RV was turned over, two pick up trucks were picked up and tumbled, and multiple barns were destroyed.

This information is being reported by WLKY News in Louisville, KY.

You can watch live WLKY News chopper coverage of what the damage looks like at this link:

[link to www.wlky.com]

Similar coverage is also being telecast from the WAVE3 news chopper as well at this link:

[link to www.wave3.com]

Last Edited by Biochemky on 03/23/2012 03:30 PM
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Re: A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY
Quoting the newscaster on WAVE3 news:

"This tornado came with NO WARNING."

[link to www.wave3.com]
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Re: A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY
WDRB41 News in Louisville put out this report at 2:21 p.m. EST today.

"REPORTS: Tornado damage in Fern Creek area"

LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- The tornado warnings in the WDRB coverage area have now expired, but not [only] after several reports of a touchdown in the Fern Creek area.

An off-duty police officer reported a tornado touchdown at Cedar Creek Road and Mount Washington Road. That report has not been confirmed.

A WDRB photographer captured a picture, seen at the right [see link], of damage on Brook Chase Road, east of Cooper Chapel Road. You can see the home is severely damaged and has been roped off.

The system says six schools, although they were not damaged, are without power: Moore, Smyrna, Bates, Carrithers, Wilt, and Laukhauf.

We have news crews on the way to the Fern Creek area. Stay with WDRB.com and WDRB news on television for the latest information.

[link to www.wdrb.com]
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Re: A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY
Here is a link to two graphics prepared by NOAA's National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office that show the tracks of ALL tornadoes that have hit the Louisville, KY area in the past since such data has been recorded.

The tornado track data plotted on these graphics dates back to the year 1830.

[link to www.crh.noaa.gov]
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Re: A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY
The same storm cell that caused the tornado in Fern Creek about an hour ago has just now (3:40 p.m. EST) prompted a new tornado warning in Trimble County and areas immediately southwest of Carrollton, KY.

People in both Trimble county and Carroll county (in areas that are west and southwest of Carrollton) are being advised to take cover now.

[link to www.weather.com]

Last Edited by Biochemky on 03/23/2012 03:48 PM
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Re: A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY
Have the TPTB encouraged another "landcane" (land based hurricane) to develop over the U.S.?

Thread: does anyone else think this NOAA animation is odd?

Did this human-enhanced weather "system" just cause a tornado with significant damage in the Louisville, KY area?

In the hours ahead what else is in store for us from this landcane weather "system"?
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03/23/2012 06:31 PM
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Re: A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY
Crap, we used to live in Fern Creek! Our kids went to Smyrna elementary.

Btw, there was a thread on GLP a couple of days ago that showed how a loop of the jet stream was cut off from the main airflow and created the weather pattern we are seeing now. I highly doubt that it was human-created.
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Re: A Tornado Just Hit the Community of Fern Creek on the Southeast Side of the Louisville Area in Jefferson County, KY
Here's a link to the animation of the jet stream, showing how the loop formed:

[link to squall.sfsu.edu]

You have to put in March 20th, and set it for 3 or 4 days to see the full effect.

Here's the GLP thread about it:

Thread: BREAKING!! - North American Jet Stream To Collapse Upon Itself And Leave Spinning Vortex Of Doom!!

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