Thunderstorms have developed across eastern Nebraska and western Iowa Monday morning in a zone of low-level warm advection. These storms should continue to weaken by late morning into early afternoon. Additional storm development will be likely by late Monday afternoon into early evening.
The greatest threat for storm development will be along the warm front farther to the north, from southeastern South Dakota, eastward near the IA/MN border. One or more thunderstorm clusters could pose a large hail and damaging wind threat along this corridor. A couple of tornadoes with more discrete storms will also be possible, given the narrow corridor of somewhat enhanced vertical shear along the boundary.
The severe threat will continue into Tuesday across western Iowa, as an enhanced risk of severe weather has been outlined by the Storm Prediction center.
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