Another round of very severe weather is targeting Nebraska. Brian Miller is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Valley and says there may be a few storms Saturday morning but nothing severe. He says as the day goes on a warm front and cold front will likely collide bringing the possibility of severe weather by late Saturday afternoon.
Miller says these storms have potential to produce very large hail, strong damaging winds, heavy rainfall, flooding and tornadoes. He says the most severe weather will be at the point the two frontal systems collide and that exact point is not yet known. Supercells are a possibility.
Miller says chance of severe weather stretches from central Nebraska into western Iowa and from Kansas north into Minnesota. The chance of severe weather will continue into the early morning hours on Sunday.
Residents are advised to keep a close eye on weather conditions and monitor updated forecasts and be ready to take cover if needed.