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                   Saturday, April 24, 2010 - 7:47AM CDT


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Update 7:58AM Saturday, (Posted via Office from New Baden, IL):
Here at home, currently thinking southern Illinois/Western Kentucky as the target for today. The high risk area will be an early show, a long drive, and through a convective mess of numerous storms. Again, tornadoes are likely down there, but with storms already firing everywhere, the drive south would be crazy. I like southern Illinois for the combination of low-level wind fields, instability and upper dynamics. Those parameters are abundant down south, but they are also showing themselves up here - and I would much rather keep the closer play when it looks viable. Models are showing a little more instability into S IL/W KY later this afternoon - and a greater tornado threat area may very well be shifted northward into this area. Current thinking is to head east on I-64 first and eventually drop south at some point.

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WOW over 80 reported Tornado's in only 4 day's ! how many did you bag Dan ?
- Posted by Mick from UK

Got one so far! If models are right there could be more!
- Posted by Dan R. from New Baden, IL

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