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Wind and rain caused major problems Saturday afternoon for many people in Lexington and the surrounding area, according to several social media posts.
About 250 Kentucky Power crews and contractors worked Wednesday to restore power to thousands of customers in eastern Kentucky.
According to the Advocate-Messenger, windy conditions of 25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph in Boyle County, may have caused the power outages throughout Danville and Junction City Thursday afternoon.
Thousands of people lost power Sunday across eastern Kentucky due to flooding and high winds.
Extremely cold, record-breaking temperatures are settling across parts of the Midwest after a powerful snowstorm pounded the region overnight Monday, and forecasters are describing the subzero weather on the way as potentially life-threatening.
As emergency shelters opened, rain began to pour and cellphone alerts went out, the approaching hurricane started to feel real for Hawaii residents.
A National Weather Service survey team is scheduled to investigate storm damage in Boyle County Thursday.
Strong storms did some damage at Winchester Cemetery on Wednesday night.
Kentucky has been pounded by hail as strong winds accompany a storm across the state.
Tuesday night's high winds are being blamed for a power outage that left part of south Lexington in the dark.
Lexington Police say Tuesday's high winds may have been a factor in a street light pole falling on a business.
Central Kentucky firefighters struggled to fight firefighters Saturday night and Sunday morning due to strong winds. First responders also attributed wet roads to several crashes in the area this weekend.
Afternoon and early evening thunderstorms with heavy rain, high winds and frequent lightning led to downed trees and power outages Tuesday across central and eastern Kentucky.
Despite the wind, rain and cold temperatures, 12,013 race fans turned out for Keeneland's opening-day of the Spring Meet on Friday.
Fire investigators say an "uncontrolled open fire" behind a barn is the cause of a wind-whipped fire that destroyed a barn, mobile home, vehicles and hay bales Thursday afternoon on Sulpher Well Road in Fayette County.
Monday’s high winds make it unsafe for the rides at the Franklin County Fair and nearly everything at the carnival had to be collapsed down so they wouldn’t fall.
A large tree was blown onto the roof of a house on Rocky Hill Terrace in Lexington during a thunderstorm Monday afternoon. No one in the home was hurt.
A tree was blown down across Edgemoor Drive at Glendover Road in Lexington Monday afternoon. The road was temporarily closed until the tree could be removed. No one was hurt.
Much of the U.S. continued to shiver and suffer in bitter cold Thursday. The National Weather Service warned that even colder weather could come later in the week.
Fayette County Public Schools called off classes for Wednesday due to the weather.
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