TheWeatherSpace.com issued TWS Tornado Watch 34 for Eastern Nebraska, eastward to Western Iowa through some of tonight. The watch was issued at 1:40 pm local time on Friday, June 14, 2013.
According to Senior Meteorologist Kevin Martin; who issued the watch, large hail and damaging winds, including tornadoes will be likely with this event.
“Instability is developing across the region and the moisture transport is arriving,” said Martin. “This, with a convergence zone coming in from the west will be the focus point of severe thunderstorm development, that of which some will be able to producing tornadoes.”
The watch goes on to mentioning and zeroing down where he thinks the worst will be.
The best tornadic chances reside near Norfolk southward to just west Of Omaha,” said the watch product. “This will need to be monitored further because the storm direction will be to the east and Omaha and surrounding metro cities lie in the way.”
Already severe thunderstorms are forming back in Northwestern Kansas and Southern Nebraska. These should be what ignites the area within TWS Tornado Watch 34.To e-mail the CEO and Senior Meteorologist of TheWeatherSpace.com, use admin@TheWeatherSpace.com
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