Severe storms capable of producing damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes will be possible across the upper midwest. Storms will begin to form in northern Nebraska this morning and will slide off to the northeast.
As storms continue to slide off to the northeast into South Dakota, they will begin to grown and intensify. As they do, they will begin to turn more towards the east by later on this afternoon. Storms will then being to enter northwest Iowa in the early to mid afternoon hours. Storms will continue to expand in coverage as they get into a favorable environment. Storms will then being to merge and create a wind threat.
While the greatest tornado potential is across northwest Iowa in the blue outlined area, the greater risk looks to be a damaging wind, and large hail threat. Storms will then slide of to the east, southeast throughout the evening tonight. There are a few things that will change this forecast and this will need to be monitored. We will bring you the very latest updates if anything does changes.