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West Kentucky COVID-19 Cases Spike Saturday

There are 109 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths Saturday in Kentucky.

Posted: Nov 7, 2020 1:42 PM
Updated: Nov 7, 2020 1:44 PM

The Bluegrass state continues to see high numbers of the virus sweep through West Kentucky.

According to the Green River District Health Department there are 109 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths Saturday.

The health district reports the cases as follows, 44 in Daviess County, 33 in Henderson County, and 14 in Ohio County.

Daviess County and McLean County both losing a resident to the virus Saturday.

West Kentucky COVID-19 breakdown:

Daviess Co. - 2,271 cases, 33 deaths

Henderson Co. - 1,509 cases, 36 deaths

Hopkins Co. - 1,259 cases, 43 deaths

Muhlenberg Co. - 1,050 cases, 17 deaths

Ohio Co. - 685 cases, 11 deaths

Union Co. - 549 cases, 6 deaths

Webster Co. - 376 cases, 5 deaths

McLean Co. - 262 cases, 8 deaths

Hancock Co. - 175 cases, 6 deaths

Evansville
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Owensboro
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Princeton
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Madisonville
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Jasper
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In their latest convective outlook, the Storm Prediction Center has reduced our threat for severe weather. Much of the Tri-State remains Under a “1” and a “2” on the Threat Index. Strong winds remain the greatest threat from any storms that develop. Overcast skies for most of the day hindered much of our potential for Severe Weather. A cold front and associated low currently passing through the Tri-State may still produce a potentially Severe thunderstorm or two. The latest model data seems to be in agreement that the greatest likelihood for impactful weather won’t arrive until our greatest threat for Severe Weather concludes. A line of showers and storms will reach out westernmost communities around 5:30 PM. From there, the rainfall will reach Evansville, Henderson and Madisonville by 7PM before pushing in over Owensboro and Jasper before 8PM. Scattered showers may linger for a time following the passage of the initial line of rainfall, making for a damp and cooler evening ahead.
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