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Severe Storms for Nebraska and South Dakota Tuesday

10 Sep 2019, 4:51 am

An upper-level trough amplifying over the Western U.S. will bring the risk of severe storms today for parts of Nebraska and South Dakota.  Significant damaging winds, large hail and a few tornadoes will all be possible. Here is the very latest.

Severe Outlook

Scattered to numerous storms are possible today across the High Plains for this afternoon and evening.  All modes of severe weather are in the forecast so you will need to be weather aware in these areas today.

Here is the definition of an Enhanced Risk of severe weather.

Severe Risks

Hail stones between 1 and 2 inches will be possible, along with damaging winds over 70 mph. You want to secure and protect any outdoor items in these areas as damage will be likely.

Forecast

The timing of the storms today will be during the afternoon and evening.  These storms will have strong upper-level winds to keep them going well past sunset and into the early morning hours of Wednesday.

Keep checking with WeatherNation throughout the day for more updates on today’s severe weather chances.

 

 

 

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