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UPDATE: MARCH 6 – The National Weather Service in Louisville has published their initial findings including descriptions of the areas impacted.  That information is available at: NWS Louisville Damage Surveys – March 2, 2012.

Also, I have put together an initial version of an interactive web-map at ArcGIS.com that combines information from the second map below with the damage path information from the NWS in the link above.  The map is accessible at: Web Map of the Henrysville damage path and radar based-storm tracks at ArcGIS.com

ORIGINAL POST: March 4, 2012 – 630pm ET:

The past two days have been full of media reports, tweets and information being shared on the tornado outbreak that occurred on March 2nd, 2012 affecting towns like Henryville, IN.  As you can see from the statement below from the NWS Louisville Forecast Office, there were two supercell storms that impacted the area, with the…

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