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                   Tuesday, June 3, 2008 - 9:52AM

Morning supercell in eastern Kentucky

By DAN ROBINSON
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I've been watching the complex of storms approach from the west this morning - and the storm over I-64 near Mount Sterling has hooked in with a weak circulation showing up on radar:

This storm is moving into no man's land as far as chaseability is concerned, so I'm not going after it yet. Today will likely end up being an storm observation day - lots of uncertainties as to where to target. Tornado probabilities are higher out in Illinois and Indiana, but a risk exists close to here.

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