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Scattered supercell thunderstorms developed ahead of a cold front on the 14th as it swept east across our region during the day. The supercell activity was preceded by widespread rain and thunderstorms the previous night. The overnight rain was locally heavy, causing some flooding in western Kentucky. Throughout the event, strong gradient winds associated with a strong low pressure system gusted up to 50 mph at times. The low tracked northeast across the Plains to the Great Lakes region.
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