CINCINNATI - Severe weather ravaged areas of the Tri-State Friday and with the help of the National Weather Service and their maps, many people were able to evacuate ahead of the storm.
The National Weather Service has a map, which pinpoints the areas where severe weather hit Friday. According to the map, tornadoes were seen or touched down in several locations in Northern Kentucky.
To see the map, click on the image in the top left hand corner.
Red markers indicate tornadoes, purple means flooding, pink means flash flooding, green means hail, turquoise is thunderstorm wind gusts and blue is thunderstorm wind damage.
To see the full map go to http://www.erh.noaa.gov/iln/events/20120302/ .
Did you see similar reports in the areas indicated? Let us know in the comment section below.
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