While the storm is not quite living up to it's hype... there are still plenty of dangerous storms lined up from near Des Moines, IA all the way down into north Texas. Most of it is linear and nature and the biggest threat is strong straight line winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes... greatest tornado threat in the short term is in NW Missouri, NE Kansas, and SW into southern and central Iowa. It's more of a squall line with embedded supercells with isolated tornadoes. Still a rather dangerous situation, but so far nothing like they were expecting.
It's living up to my hype....how many warnings do you need?
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