TRACKING: Strong to Severe Storms Possible This Evening

TRACKING: Strong to Severe Storms Possible This Evening

TRACKING: Strong to Severe Storms Possible This Evening

The supercell storms are expected to form or enter western Oklahoma around 4 or 5 p.m, according to NWS.

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Storms will likely merge into a line by Tuesday night as they charge eastward through central Kansas and central Oklahoma.

The chances of severe weather are there as a dry line pushes toward San Antonio.

Sioux City experienced humid conditions Tuesday with a high in the 80s.

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Earlier Tuesday, the weather service said Eastern Nebraska was at an enhanced risk for severe weather with damaging winds of 60-80 miles per hour and hail the primary threats in the Fremont area. A 6 represents a moderate threat for tornadoes.

The storms will start out west and then move into Green Country.

The matches will now be today, when severe storms are also possible. Large hail and damaging winds will be the main threat with those storms and they should die out before reaching south-central Kansas. That activity will also be weakening as it moves this way, but there could still be some small hail and locally gusty winds along with some thunder for first thing Wednesday morning. Monday night saw storms moving up from northern Nebraska, with small hail and heavy rain reported in Bon Homme County.

A chance of severe weather exists for the KVOE listening area late Tuesday afternoon into the evening. Forecasters say counties in far western Oklahoma will have the greatest likelihood for tornadoes Tuesday evening, with lesser chances in central Oklahoma, including the Oklahoma City metro area.

Stay tuned for important updates and make sure your severe weather safety plans are ready to go.

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