Severe weather likely for Tuesday evening

Severe weather is expected for eastern Nebraska and western Iowa on Tuesday evening and into Tuesday night.At 3:40 pm, the National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for parts of Nebraska, along with parts of Iowa and South Dakota, until 10 pm Isolated storms could develop north and east of the metro, especially in western Iowa between 5 to 7 pm “All modes of severe weather are in play,” Meteorologist Sean Everson said. “Large hail, damaging wind gusts and a few strong tornadoes.”These storms would have a better chance of producing tornadoes and large hail.A line of thunderstorms is expected to develop later in the evening. The best chance for severe weather in the Omaha metro will be between 7 to 9 pm Track the weather wherever you are with our Interactive Radar The leading edge of these storms has the potential for “quick spin-up tornadoes.” However, it will more likely be a damaging wind threat if the line of storms does move through.The storms will likely be out of the area around midnight.Warning siren at King LakeIn a Facebook post, the Douglas County Emergency Management Agency shared the outdoor warning siren at the King Lake community is “currently being repaired and is not operational.””Residents should pay close attention to local media, cell phone alerts and weather radio for severe weather updates,” the post said.Check out the full siren map for Douglas County hereClick here for the latest forecast

Severe weather is expected for eastern Nebraska and western Iowa on Tuesday evening and into Tuesday night.

At 3:40 pm, the National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for parts of Nebraska, along with parts of Iowa and South Dakota, until 10 pm

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Isolated storms could develop north and east of the metro, especially in western Iowa between 5 to 7 pm

“All modes of severe weather are in play,” Meteorologist Sean Everson said. “Large hail, damaging wind gusts and a few strong tornadoes.”

These storms would have a better chance of producing tornadoes and large hail.

A line of thunderstorms is expected to develop later in the evening. The best chance for severe weather in the Omaha metro will be between 7 to 9 pm

Track the weather wherever you are with our Interactive Radar

The leading edge of these storms has the potential for “quick spin-up tornadoes.” However, it will more likely be a damaging wind threat if the line of storms does move through.

The storms will likely be out of the area around midnight.

Warning Siren at King Lake

In a Facebook post, the Douglas County Emergency Management Agency shared the outdoor warning siren at the King Lake community is “currently being repaired and is not operational.”

“Residents should pay close attention to local media, cell phone alerts and weather radio for severe weather updates,” the post said.

Douglas County Emergency Management Agency

The King Lake Siren is located in western Douglas County.

Check out the full siren map for Douglas County here

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