Right on schedule, storms are starting to pop up in Nebraska today. Jim Meyer is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Valley and says it appears the most severe weather will be in the central part of the state. He says the storms today will be sporadic.
Meyer says, “We are basically in this thing off and on I would say, look for another shot on Saturday. It might be more of the same. The cold front will actually come through so it won’t be exactly like today. I think the storms that develop along that front will be defined a little bit better as they track along that area and then hopefully that front will clear things out of here and give us a break on Sunday.
Meyer says the severity of these storms will likely be hail and strong wind but this time of year you can’t rule out the possibility of a tornado.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday will be dry but there is a chance of more rain on Wednesday and Wednesday night.