Future radar by 6pm:
The most intense storms look to form around 2pm by Grand Island, impacting Omaha by 6pm and Des Moines by 9pm.
Widespread severe storms are likely! Storms will be capable of producing very large and destructive hail, strong wind gusts and perhaps a few tornadoes.
On Tuesday, a stronger storm system emerges across the Plains and ignites more severe storms. Forecast parameters continue to support a potential severe weather outbreak on Tuesday afternoon/evening. Supercell thunderstorms are likely and will have the potential to produce tornadoes, some of which could be strong and or long tracked. Damaging winds and large hail are also going to be threats that accompany the supercells.
Tuesday night, storms will form into a complex with bowing segments and march eastward. Hail and damaging winds and perhaps a tornado or two will be possible with this activity into parts of Missouri.
As of now, the severe weather outlooks this week do not include Alabama. If that changes, we will be the FIRST to ALERT you!
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist