Multi-Day Severe Risk Update

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2 May 2018 6:00 AM
Severe weather is forecast this afternoon as a potent storm system slowly treks across the country. Today's (Wednesday's) main threat of severe storms spans from Texas to Michigan with Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa under the biggest threat of severe storms.   Some of the threats with today's storms will include heavy, blinding ran, hail, strong damaging wind and tornadoes. As we continue through the middle of this work week, stay with WeatherNation on air and online for the latest weather news. Also, be sure to tune into out social media accounts for the most current information on severe storms. We will also have coverage out in the field covering the storms that are likely to fire up between now and Thursday. For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Andy Stein 
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