Three people were injured after severe weather tore across Ohio to end the week.
Over 100,000 people were left without power in Kentucky after the severe weather pushed through.
— Allison Rogers WLWT (@AllisonWeather) July 20, 2018
In addition to the widespread damaging winds, massive hail stones were also reported.
WOW: Check out the hail that just fell in Tompkinsville, Ky! #SkyWatch17
If safe to do so, share pics here: https://t.co/T4ClM4o61E
Photos: Amy Arnett pic.twitter.com/s7VuT282Fi
— FoxNashville (@FOXNashville) July 21, 2018
While the areas affected by Friday’s severe weather will experience showers and thunderstorms on a daily basis into early next week, the greatest risk of severe weather will shift farther south and east through the weekend.
Strong to severe thunderstorms are marching across portions of Kentucky and Tennessee early this morning. pic.twitter.com/AYsLUljPJd
— Storm HQ (@TheRealStormHQ) July 21, 2018
Friday’s Storms in Photos:
— Will Clark (@WClark840WHAS) July 20, 2018
Major damage in Silver Lake following today’s storms. There’s four cars under that tree pic.twitter.com/wGwZ3Koa6R
— Megan Smedley (@Megan_WNDU) July 20, 2018
— James Perkins (@Yamezzie) July 20, 2018