Multiple rounds of severe weather expected in central US

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Over 25 million Americans in the central USA are at risk for severe weather over the next three days and some of this severe weather could be significant. The time frame to see storms begin to develop will be between 4 and 6 this evening, but strong to severe storms are possible as late as midnight. The area stretches from southwest Iowa, central Kansas and southeast Nebraska.

Today while a few isolated showers or a rumble of thunder is possible early this morning no severe weather is expected and most spots will be dry and mostly cloudy for much of the day with highs in the upper 70s-low 80s.

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After enjoying about a little more than a week of lovely spring weather, the Omaha-metro area braced for its first bout of severe weather, projected to roll into the area late Tuesday afternoon. The weather pattern makes a multi-day severe weather event likely across the middle of the country. Storms on Wednesday could be particularly strong, with a few tornadoes possible - some of which could be strong. Large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes are all in play with any storms that develop. Large hail and tornadoes will be the initial threat with a damaging wind and hail threat into the overnight period. While some details remain uncertain, it appears increasing likely that a significant tornado threat will exist in this region by midweek.

Meanwhile, east of the severe storms, very warm air is surging into the Midwest and Northeast.

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Minneapolis reached 80 degrees on Monday, the first time since September. After weeks of dealing with cool weather, temperatures in the Northeast won't even drop below the typical afternoon average by the end of the week.

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