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Northern High Plains Severe Chances Sunday

29 Sep 2019, 4:29 am

An upper-level trough moving across the Plains will be the focus for severe storms today and tonight.  Areas across the Northern High Plains will have the strongest chance for severe storms.  Here is the very latest on today’s severe weather.

Severe Outlook

Isolated to scattered severe storms are in the forecast today from the Southern Plains to the Upper-Mississippi Valley.  These storms will be developing from the same weather system that has brought the heavy snow to areas of the Northwest.

Severe Risks

All modes of severe weather are in the forecast today including the risk of tornadoes.  The tornado risk will be highest over South Dakota for cities like Pierre and Sioux Falls.

Forecast

Here you can see the timing for today’s storms. During the afternoon and evening is when the risk of severe weather will likely take place.  Keep checking with WeatherNation for the very latest severe weather updates.

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