There is a enhanced risk for severe weather in the Plains and western Ohio Valley for today (Wednesday). All modes of severe weather could pose a threat.
Hail from 1 to 2 inches in diameter, damaging winds from 58 to 8o mph, and several tornadoes could be possible within these storms throughout the day.
A low pressure center will move slowly along a stalled front. Storms will be firing off all day starting in the later part of the morning.
Around 5 to 6 PM tonight, Texas will see a strong band of storms roll through. This is when the high risk of all three threats comes into play.
Stay weather aware throughout the whole day, and stay tuned to WeatherNation for updates on-air and online for the latest severe weather information.