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Fri September 7, 2012
Last night’s storms produce little damage
Little damage is being reported throughout western Kentucky in the wake of a line of strong thunderstorms that passed through the area last night. The storms lasted for about two hours, producing rain and high winds that downed trees and power lines. The National Weather Service reports those winds gusted as high as 50 and 60 miles per hour in McCracken, Graves, and Marshall counties. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet spokesman Keith Todd says a motorist in Calloway County struck a tree that had fallen across the road. Otherwise, no injuries were reported last night. N-W-S meteorologists say we could see more thunderstorms today, some of which could produce damaging winds before turning to heavy rain.