Tornadoes in Wisconsin, Oklahoma leave 2 dead

Tornadoes in Wisconsin, Oklahoma leave 2 dead

Tornadoes in Wisconsin, Oklahoma leave 2 dead

"Very large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes, some strong, will all be possible", forecasters at the prediction center said. Notice the upper level wind chart as of this evening in which I have labeled storm #1 and storm #2.

Expect storm development to start with isolated to scattered thunderstorms along the dryline in western Texas and Oklahoma then move to the east. The daytime high should hover in the 70s.

"There is definitely the potential for all the severe weather hazards", including tornadoes and hail, Hultquist said. There were also many reports of large hail and strong winds.

Tuesday night's storms will stick around into Wednesday morning. These storm chances do not look to bring any severe weather and don't look particularly impressive at this time but will continue to monitor the chances as we get closer. These storms will shift into Oklahoma about 5-6 p.m.

"We did see some pretty good rains in portions of west-central to northwest Iowa where there was one-to-two inches of rainfall", Cogil says, "but no flooding".

Rain on Wednesday is expected to move out of the Lincoln area by 7 p.m. Thursday should be calm before storms return to the weekend forecast.

A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for counties north and west of the Kansas City metro until midnight.

The severe weather threat will shift east early Friday morning and especially Friday evening.

"Even as thunderstorms begin to collapse at night, dry air from aloft may be drawn quickly down to near the ground in the form of high winds", according to AccuWeather Lead Storm Warning Meteorologist Eddie Walker.

Skies over Madison should be cloudy Saturday, mostly cloudy Sunday, partly sunny Monday, and mostly cloudy Tuesday, with highs near 66, 66, 68 and 65, and lows Friday night through Monday night around 47, 54, 49 and 50.

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