We will be watching the weather very closely over the next 24 hours, as Sunday will begin a multiple day stretch of severe weather across the country. Focusing on Sunday, strong to severe storms will develop across western Iowa during the mid afternoon. The greatest risk for severe storms will exist in the slight risk area, as outlined by the Storm Prediction Center.
The greatest risk will be strong winds and large hail, however, an isolated tornado may be possible early on. Storms will quickly line out as they advance to the east, which is when the threat will transition to a damaging wind threat.
Storms will develop after 3pm Sunday across western Iowa/eastern Nebraska and will push to the east. Storms will be near the I-35 corridor by 8 to 9pm.
Our chase team will be out tomorrow afternoon tracking these storms that will develop. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the very latest updates.