Significant severe weather is possible across the central US on Sunday

The central Plains could see severe weather Sunday, according to the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center, including thunderstorms, damaging hurricane-force winds, very large hail and isolated tornadoes.

이상 3.6 million people in parts of Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahomaincluding cities like Oklahoma City, 털사, 오클라호마, and Wichita, 캔자스 — face a level 3 밖으로 5 “enhanced risk” 일요일, the prediction center said in its outlook Sunday morning.
Potential threats includesevere thunderstorms producing very large hail, intense damaging winds, and a few tornadoes,” the center said, beginning Sunday afternoon and lasting through Sunday night. Heavy rain will also be associated with these storms, which could prompt localized flash flooding through Monday evening.
    Worst-case scenario could still support a derecho occurring this evening into the overnight somewhere in the region,” the center said, referring to a wind storm associated with a fast-moving group of severe thunderstorms. Derechos can cause hurricane-force winds of 74 mph 이상, tornadoes and heavy rains that could bring flash flooding.
      While Oklahoma, 캔자스, and Nebraska will be the bulls-eye for the worst severe storms Sunday, the broader severe storm threat encompasses over 15 million Americans from South Dakota to Arkansas, including Rapid City, 사우스 다코타; 링컨, 네브라스카; 캔자스시; 수도사, 아이오와; and Springfield, 미주리.
          하나, the severe storm threat does not end Sunday: Severe storms will remain possible Monday and Tuesday across some of the same locations.
          On Monday the severe storm threat includes states across the central Plains and into the Ohio River Valley, where damaging winds and hail will be the main hazards. And on Tuesday, yet another round of strong to severe storms will threaten the central and southern Plains.




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