Severe weather possible in Omaha Wednesday

Severe weather possible in Omaha Wednesday

Severe weather possible in Omaha Wednesday

The National Weather Service in Topeka has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Lyon County and Southeastern Morris County until 7:45 p.m.

The most severe part of the storm moved over Chicago about 12:30 a.m., causing flooding on the city's North Side.

After severe weather stormed through parts of the state Tuesday, several counties in Kansas are seeing a return of the weather Wednesday.

Small said the potential for severe weather will eventually move on, but that depends on when the stalled boundary moves out of the area.

Wednesday could be the second straight day that severe storms have an impact on the same locations.

See the slideshow above for images of the storms, and check back for more details as this days-long weather event continues. The chance of severe weather is fairly certain, the National Weather Service Des Moines office said.

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Because of that change, the Storm Prediction Center has downgraded the risk in the Kansas City area to slight for the rest of the day Thursday. "There was some other thunderstorm wind damage where some out buildings were damaged near Walnut in Shelby County".

Thunderstorms will continue into Thursday in central and southern Oklahoma, and they could potentially be severe.

Emergency management officials are working to assess storm damage across central Kansas following Tuesday's hail and tornadoes. Even at that, chances aren't all that high and activity should remain fairly isolated.

Monday night: Mostly clear, low around 46. Largest risk for us is from straight-line winds from thunderstorms.

Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 83.

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