Here We Go.

Looks like it’s going to fun ride home tonight and tomorrow!

From the National Weather Center…

THERE IS A RISK OF SIGNIFICANT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS FRIDAY. THE MAIN

THREAT FROM THE STORMS WILL BE TORNADOES…TWO INCH HAIL…AND

STRAIGHT LINE WIND GUSTS AROUND 80 MPH. AT THIS TIME THERE REMAINS

SOME UNCERTAINTY IN THE TIMING AND PLACEMENT OF THE GREATEST RISK

AREA. INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE MAIN THREAT FOR SEVERE STORMS WILL BE

ALL AREAS NORTH OF HIGHWAY 34 LOCATED IN SOUTHERN IOWA. THERE IS A

LOW RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE NOON OVER AREAS NORTH OF

INTERSTATE 80. THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL INCREASE DURING THE

AFTERNOON OVER ALL AREAS WITH THE HIGHEST RISK FOR SEVERE

THUNDERSTORMS…INCLUDING TORNADOES…FROM 3 PM TO 10 PM. EMERGENCY

MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL ARE ADVISED TO MONITOR LATER FORECASTS FOR

UPDATES ON THIS POTENTIAL SEVERE WEATHER EPISODE. ADDITIONAL

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE SATURDAY NIGHT AND EARLY SUNDAY

OVER SOUTHWEST IOWA…SOUTH OF A LINE FROM DENISON TO OTTUMWA. THE

MAIN THREAT FROM THESE STORMS WILL BE DAMAGING STRAIGHT LINE

WINDS.

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