There is an increasing threat for severe weather across Kansas Tuesday and Wednesday.
Cathy Zapotocny of the weather service said said storms are likely to develop around 4 p.m.to 5 p.m. just west of the Omaha area.
Throughout this week, storms capable of producing damaging winds, large hail and some tornadoes are possible, especially late Tuesday through early Thursday. "A few of those storms could be severe".
Ahead of the anticipated storms, agencies tweeted safety information.
With temperatures near 80 and a cold front associated with this system, severe weather could be a possibility.
"Severe thunderstorms are likely across a large part of the southern and central Plains Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning, with a few tornadoes, damaging winds, and large hail", notes the agency in a forecast discussion. All modes of severe weather are on the table this day.
There is now an enhanced risk of severe weather for Wednesday.
There will be severe storms possible from Kansas through Oklahoma into NW Texas, But will any of these storms be able to move east into our area? The precise magnitude and location of the most-severe weather remains questionable due to the evolution of storms overnight. "Some of those could be super cells, and that's when you see the threat for tornadoes".
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"When storms start to form, they kind of form in little isolated storms", Mulford said.
This will continue into Wednesday with highs reaching near the 90s but winds are expected to play a factor throughout the day. Thunderstorms are expected to develop this afternoon across the Texas Panhandle, some of these storms could make it into northeast Oklahoma late Tonight before diminishing.