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Today's Interview: Kentucky Climate Center Outreach Manager Shane Holinde

Kentucky Climate Center Outreach Manager Shane Holinde
Kentucky Climate Center
Kentucky Climate Center Outreach Manager Shane Holinde

For those Kentuckians living in 1974, the stormy events of Tuesday, to a much lesser degree, may have been a reminder of an afternoon 50 years ago. It was then that a deadly tornado super outbreak ran through several states including Kentucky.

On Today’s Interview, Stu Johnson speaks with Kentucky Climate Center Outreach Manager Shane Holinde about springtime ingredients for severe weather and a historical rundown of tornadic activity.

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Stu has been reporting for WEKU for more than 35 years. His primary beat is Lexington/Fayette government.
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