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Overnight Severe Weather Possible in the Plains

14 May 2020, 9:00 pm

It has been an active severe weather day Thursday and more severe storms are likely overnight (early Friday morning) and then after daybreak Friday. A storm system moving through the middle of the nation will bring a threat for severe weather over most of the Central Plains overnight, according to the Storm Prediction Center

Thunderstorms will continue to slowly move to the east-northeast with time overnight. Strong, gusty winds will be likely during the onset of these storms, followed by rising water from heavy rainfall.

Heavy rain will accompany these storms bringing a flash flood threat into Friday and Saturday. Additional storms building along the slow moving cold front will drench already soggy areas. Flash Flood Watches are in place from Wichita, KS to Chicago, IL. 

Stay with WeatherNation for the latest updates on today’s threat.

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