The National Weather Service reported a tornado touchdown in the area just after 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The twisters were among up to 29 that were reportedly spawned by powerful storms that raced through a swath of the central US stretching from Texas to the Great Lakes on Tuesday evening, destroying dozens of homes, killing two people and injuring dozens of others.
The chances of severe weather are there as a dry line pushes toward San Antonio. Expect scattered clouds, breezy conditions and temperatures warming into the 80s during the late morning hours. Scattered large hail and isolated very large hail events to 2.5 inches in diameter possible Scattered damaging wind gusts to 70 miles per hour possible A tornado or two possibleSUMMARY.Severe thunderstorms will continue to increase and organize across the region within a moderately sheared and unstable environment. The tornado threat will be low, but. not zero.
Several tornado warnings were issued as severe thunderstorms moved east across western Wisconsin and northern Wisconsin as the night went on.
Storms in central Oklahoma will come with with a wind and hail potential. Chances are near 60% for these storms.
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We get a break from the rain tonight into Thursday, but then more storms with heavy rain are possible Thursday night into Friday.
Tomorrow night: Evening and o-night storms likely some severe before midnight. The Omaha Public Power District said almost 1,700 customers remained without power Wednesday morning.
When you hear there's a risk for severe storms do you ears perk up a little more than when you hear there's a chance for a pop-up thunderstorm?
Keep up with radar trends through the WBRC First Alert Weather app, especially if you are attending one of the many outdoor events.