Severe Weather Chances for the Central U.S.

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8 Sep 2019 7:01 AM

SEVERE OUTLOOK

A chance of severe thunderstorms exists for areas of Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Kansas, today. Possible isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms could bring damaging winds and small hail to these areas. Winds could reach anywhere from 58 mph to 70 mph within some of these storms, and hail could reach up to an inch in diameter. There is no tornado risk as of now.  

FORECAST

Rain chances across the Rockies will start early afternoon. The storms will intensify around 3 PM to 4 PM near the Denver and Pueblo areas. These storms will continue to move across eastern Colorado towards the end of the day. As we head into our Monday morning, some areas in Nebraska might wake up to a few strong thunderstorms for the start to the work week.                  
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