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Last Map Update: Mon, May. 17, 2021 at 5:28:36 am CDT

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We are in a moderate risk for severe weather this afternoon through Tuesday morning. What does this mean? Significant size hail (greater than 2 inches) is likely and a few tornadoes are likely to develop. Significant wind damage will also be possible. Take action now: anchor down anything that could blow away, cover anything that could be damaged by very large hail, and make sure you have multiple ways to receive warnings as tornadoes could develop overnight.
Severe storms will be possible this afternoon and evening, with the strongest storms and largest hail expected later in the evening/early morning hours of Tuesday.
Temperatures this afternoon will be warm, but keep an eye on the weather! Severe storms are expected

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