A Chance of Strong Storms Tuesday Night-Wednesday Morning

June 11, 2013 0 Comments

A storm system to our west is expected to produce some showers and thunderstorms in our area later tonight through much of our Wednesday, some of which may become severe and produce some unwanted heavy rainfall.  Right now, it looks like a complex of strong thunderstorms is going to develop in eastern Wyoming and western South Dakota in the late afternoon and evening hours today and then begin to quickly move eastward into a favorable environment for damaging winds as it approaches our viewing area after midnight tonight.  Wind gusts may exceed 70 miles per hour, uprooting trees or knocking down powerlines in the overnight period and rainfall amounts may reach an inch or two in a short amount of time leading to flash flooding possibilities very early Wednesday morning.  The Storm Prediction Center has placed out entire area in the “Slight Risk” of severe weather while a “Moderate Risk” lies just to our west in South Dakota and northern Nebraska. 

Damaging winds, some hail, and locally heavy rainfall will be possible late Tuesday night and early Wednesday in our area.

Damaging winds, some hail, and locally heavy rainfall will be possible late Tuesday night and early Wednesday in our area.

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