Emily’s 6 First Alert Forecast: Strong storms possible Friday evening

Emily's 6 First Alert Day forecast
Published: May. 11, 2023 at 6:08 PM CDT|Updated: May. 11, 2023 at 9:28 PM CDT
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OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - A few spotty showers hold on through 9PM tonight before generally clearing out for the rest of the night... overnight the exception will be to the W from York to Norfolk where thunderstorms pop up between 1-3AM... By 5 AM they’ll approach the Metro and we may see a few weak thunderstorms and showers ahead of the morning commute.

Friday AM rain
Friday AM rain(wowt)

Friday evening brings a better chance for storms, some could be strong. We’ll warm to a high of 84 with a decent amount of sun ahead of the evening storm threat. The severe weather risk for hail, wind and isolated tornadoes is the reason behind our 6 First Alert Weather Day.

Friday 6FAWD
Friday 6FAWD(wowt)

The timing of our severe threat has moved up with potential earlier development... A line of storms develops around 4PM likely setting up just to the W of the Metro or through it... it will move E quickly and likely be out of W Iowa by 9PM.

4PM radar forecast
4PM radar forecast(wowt)

The stormier pattern begins to die out over the weekend with cooler weather and spotty showers possible Mother’s Day. Drier and mild next week...

10 day forecast
10 day forecast(wowt)

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