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A line of showers and thunderstorms developed in the early morning hours of February 10, 2024, ahead of a cold front in an environment that had very strong shear but little instability. The storms, mainly in southern Indiana and portions of north-central Kentucky, ended up morphing into a convective line that produced both wind damage and isolated tornadoes before weakening and pushing east of the region by sunrise. A total of two small, short-lived EF-1 tornadoes developed with the line. 


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