It is a hazardous weather outlook for south central Nebraska and portions of north central Kansas. The primary fous remains for the afternoon and evening hours. A surface dry line will move into the area, from the west. The warm front will continue to lift north. Thunderstorms are likely to become severe, expecting to track northeast at 40-50 mph. The strongest storms could be capable of producing baseball size hail, damaging wind gusts up to 70 mph. A greater concern is potential for strong, long tracked tornadoes. The greatest potential for severe weather is across south-central Nebraska.
The local t.v. stations are making quite a big deal, advising residents in the areas indicated to put "into play" early ... preparations for possible severe weather. Now they have updated the area for possibilities of death-threatening weather conditions from South Dakota, down into Texas, and into the nighttime hours ... WOWSA!
Might be a long, rough night throughout many areas of Nebaska!
Round one over, another headed here from the west (North Platte area). We're still under a tornado watch until 2 a.m., oh goodie.