A storm system pushing out of the High Plains will bring a chance for severe thunderstorms later this afternoon and evening (Monday). A slight risk for severe thunderstorms extends from Wyoming to South Dakota and Kansas. Large hail and strong wind gusts are the biggest threats, with a low chance for a tornado.
A few storms will pop-up throughout the afternoon, with storm coverage becoming more widespread in the later afternoon and evening. Intensity will increase as well, as heat and humidity continues to build throughout the day.
The risk for severe thunderstorms diminishes for Tuesday and Wednesday, with a marginal risk posted both days from the Storm Prediction Center. The Northeast and Plains are the areas of concern.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels