Meade

 Local Storm Report 



07/27/2014 0612 am

Brandenburg, Meade County.

Flood, reported by law enforcement.


            Water over the roads in several locations across the
            County




07/27/2014 0645 am

4 miles SSE of Brandenburg, Meade County.

Flood, reported by public.


            Buck Grove Road impassable due to high water




07/26/2014 0955 PM

Brandenburg, Meade County.

Thunderstorm wind damage, reported by law enforcement.


            Trees and power lines down County wide. Damage occurred
            from 940 to 1005 PM




07/27/2014 0645 am

4 miles SSE of Brandenburg, Meade County.

Flood, reported by public.


            Buck Grove Road impassable due to high water





07/27/2014 0612 am

Brandenburg, Meade County.

Flood, reported by law enforcement.


            Water over the roads in several locations across the
            County





07/26/2014 0955 PM

Brandenburg, Meade County.

Thunderstorm wind damage, reported by law enforcement.


            Trees and power lines down County wide. Damage occurred
            from 940 to 1005 PM




07/26/2014 0955 PM

Brandenburg, Meade County.

Thunderstorm wind damage, reported by law enforcement.


            Trees and power lines down County wide. Damage occurred
            from 940 to 1005 PM




 Public Information Statement  Statement as of 09:46 PM EDT on July 27, 2014


... Damage report...

Damage type: straight-line winds

       date: Jul 27 2014
begin time: 11:35 am EDT
   end time: 11:38 am EDT

Begin point: just southeast of Masterson station park
end point: Highlands Park

wind speed: 70-95 mph

Path length: .3 miles
path width: .5 miles

   injuries: 0
fatalities: 0

Narrative: the NWS in louisiville conducted a storm survey in
conjunction with Fayette County emergency management and members of
the Lexington media. It was determined that straight-line winds
impacted an area from just southeast of Masterson station park to
Highlands Park. Many trees were downed in this area with structural
damage to around 6 homes, mostly from fallen trees. Wind speeds were
estimated to mostly be in the 70 mph range, however peak winds were
as high as 95 mph in The Highlands park area. Hail around the size
of Golf balls also accompanied the wind.

The National Weather Service wants to thank Fayette County emergency
management and the Lexington media for their assistance with our
storm damage assessment.

Schoettmer








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