Jun 10, 2014 10:18 PM by Chief Meteorologist Bill Meck
The line of thunderstorms produced sporadic wind damage concentrated in southeastern quarter of Kentucky. As of 10:00 there were about 4 dozen reports across our part of Kentucky. Most of the damage was trees and branches coming down, but there were a few more substantial property damage reports.
You can trace the most intense cell's path from McCreary County northeast to Wolfe County. Along the way it caused wind damage in Whitley, Laurel, Owsley and Lee counties.
The added sunshine in eastern Kentucky today allowed the atmosphere to become more unstable which was the fuel that particular thunderstorm cell worked off of.
Clean up will continue tomorrow in several communities.