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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 expedition 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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