Severe Weather Chances Increased Today and Tomorrow

Francis Osborne
June 30, 2017

Hail could grow up to the size of tennis balls and winds could be up to 75 miles per hour. Already this afternoon, some severe storms have popped up in northeast Nebraska.

Storms are likely across Oklahoma on Friday, from later Friday and into Friday night.

Omaha/Valley - National Weather Service officials say plentiful low-level moisture combined with daytime heating and a deep layer shear...will create an enhanced risk for severe storms, today.

Combined with a push of cool air, the building heat and humidity will provide plenty of fuel for these storms to be more unsafe than the average summertime thunderstorm.

The National Weather Service said the area should see a round of storms Wednesday morning into the early afternoon, and another round during the late afternoon into the evening, with the severe threat during the later round.

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We will have a break Saturday afternoon and scattered storms will form Sunday.

Today will be windy, humid and hot with highs in the mid to upper 90s under mostly sunny skies.

Behind the cold front tomorrow will be less humid and cooler after a few leftover showers/storms especially south of I-70 we'll begin to clear out with model uncertainty how much clearing takes place. If storms do pop, the main threats will be heavy rain, large hail and high winds. Expect highs to remain in the 80s heading into the long holiday weekend.

The storms the next three days could bring 2 to 4 inches of rain to northern Missouri. Also make sure you have a way to get weather alerts! The good news (although subject to change) is the severe threat looks minimal but lightning will certainly be around which again is just as unsafe as hail, wind, or a tornado.

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