High winds and rain blew through Kentucky in advance of a cold front and left behind some damage Sunday in the western part of the state.
Tornado watches and warnings popped up through parts of the state Sunday afternoon and evening, covering 23 counties at one point. But, there were no confirmed reports of any touchdowns.
The National Weather Service in Kentucky reported winds of up to 60 mph in some areas, including in Hodgenville in LaRue County south of Louisville. The front also brought rain as it moved east across the state.
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