Rusty’s First Alert Day Forecast - Rain exits this morning, more storms likely after 5PM with severe possible

Published: Jun. 24, 2021 at 7:49 AM CDT|Updated: Jun. 24, 2021 at 7:59 AM CDT
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OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - After the round of severe weather that moved through last night, we’ll have to wait to see how we warm after we get some clearing. That will determine just where and to what extent storms will develop again after 5pm.

Thursday Forecast
Thursday Forecast(WOWT)

Areas near and south of I-80 look to have the best chance of warming enough to fire more storms later today after 5pm. That is why the First Alert Day is still in place for the evening hours, especially south. That is also where the greatest risk of severe weather is highlighted in the Severe Weather Outlook for Thursday.

Evening Severe
Evening Severe(WOWT)

Large hail, damaging wind and a few tornadoes are possible from any of the storms that develop and move through the area. Have a way to get weather warnings if you don’t already. Our First Alert Weather App is a great way to get that info.

First Alert Day
First Alert Day(WOWT)
Severe Threats
Severe Threats(WOWT)

Here’s is how the radar may look at about 5pm in the area. The largest concentration of storms will likely be south of I-80 but some could develop as far north as the I-80 corridor.

Evening Storms
Evening Storms(WOWT)

More rain and storms are likely through the day Friday as well.

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