It was a busy, stormy night across the WLKY viewing area, but particularly for counties southwest of Louisville.Rain, hail, strong winds.The National Weather Service Louisville said it will be conducting storm surveys Friday in Grayson and LaRue counties, possibly others, following Thursday’s severe weather event.Most of the area was under a Tornado Watch for several hours and started kicking in as night fell. The severe weather pushed out of the region overnight, with warnings expiring around 11:30 p.m., and now many are waking up Friday to survey the damage.NWS said they got several reports of damage in those counties. They included downed trees and power lines, structural damage including roofs being blown off and collapsed structures. They will determine whether or not a tornado touched down in the area.Here’s a look at some damage from WLKY viewer Dustin Knight:

It was a busy, stormy night across the WLKY viewing area, but particularly for counties southwest of Louisville.

Rain, hail, strong winds.

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The National Weather Service Louisville said it will be conducting storm surveys Friday in Grayson and LaRue counties, possibly others, following Thursday’s severe weather event.

Most of the area was under a Tornado Watch for several hours and started kicking in as night fell.

The severe weather pushed out of the region overnight, with warnings expiring around 11:30 p.m., and now many are waking up Friday to survey the damage.

NWS said they got several reports of damage in those counties. They included downed trees and power lines, structural damage including roofs being blown off and collapsed structures.

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They will determine whether or not a tornado touched down in the area.

Here’s a look at some damage from WLKY viewer Dustin Knight:

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