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4:30 am June 17th 2019: Severe thunderstorms are expected to return early this afternoon and continue through the evening across southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle. Storms are expected to become severe near noon to 1 pm today and could continue into this evening. Large hail to golf ball size, damaging winds, and heavy rainfall are the expected thunderstorm threats. The tornado threat is low but can’t be ruled out over the Nebraska Panhandle. Stay alert through the afternoon and early evening as storms develop and conditions change. Storms will shift out of the area to the south and east by around 10 pm. More info at
17/5:45AM: Showers and storms expected to pick up rather early Today with widespread storms east of the Laramie Range in the afternoon. Some of these storms are expected to become severe. Golf ball sized hail and heavy rainfall possibly leading to areas of flash flooding is possible with these severe storms. Storms are again expected on Tuesday with more of a heavy rain threat in the afternoon hours. Monitor the forecast and stay up to date with the latest info at
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