Nebraskans in the eastern third of the state should be getting ready for the possibility of severe weather late this afternoon and evening. National Weather Service in Valley Meteorologist Dave Fobert says thunderstorms are in the forecast and some could be severe.
Fobert says, “It looks like things have slowed up a little bit. We are expecting a cold front to move into northeastern Nebraska during the mid-part of the afternoon. Some scattered thunderstorms should develop ahead of that front mid to late afternoon up in the northeast.”
Fobert says east central and southeast Nebraska could see storms develop late this evening. He says some could be severe with strong wind and hail but there is no threat of tornados.