Severe Weather Threat for the Northeast, Central Plains Wednesday
There is a slight risk of severe weather for Wednesday for the Northeast and Central Plains.
Severe storms will be possible from the Ohio Valley through Upstate New York for the afternoon and into the evening hours. As the shortwave progresses eastward, the threat for severe weather will shift eastward as well.
Damaging wind will be the biggest threat for the Northeast.
And while damaging wind looks to be the main threat, an isolated tornado and large hail cannot be ruled out.
And while the biggest threat for severe weather looks to be in the Northeast for Wednesday, there is also a severe weather threat in the Central Plains.
Storms will continue throughout the day for this region and develop along the stalled front. The biggest threat for these storms will be damaging winds and severe hail.
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The Storm Prediction Center added a slight risk of severe weather for portions of Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Wyoming and South Dakota. Large hail, damaging winds and even an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out for the slight risk located in northeast Colorado.
Stay with WeatherNation throughout the day as we will cover this severe weather threat on air and online.