Storm Alert: Possible Golf ball-sized hail, damaging winds, and tornados


The National Weather Service has issued a storm alert. Nearly 18 million people from Texas to the Great Lakes region may be impacted by severe thunderstorms on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

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Wednesday Weather

Tonight, severe storms have already developed in north-central and northeast Kansas and pushed their way into the Kansas City area.

These storms are expected to produce high winds, hail and possible tornados. Golf ball sized hail is possible. 

There is also the risk of flash flooding with an anticipated rainfall of over 3 inches of rain likely. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), “even with drought conditions, rapid rainfall rates could lead to Flash Flooding.” 

Thursday Storm Alert

The front is expected to hit Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana on Thursday.