Kansas City Residents Urged to Prepare for Severe Tuesday Night Storms, Possible Tornadoes Ahead

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Kansas City, MO – Severe thunderstorms are forecast for late Tuesday evening, with the potential for isolated tornado activity.

According to the US National Weather Service, the storms are expected mainly southeast of the Kansas City to Kirksville line. The primary hazards include large hail and damaging winds. Gusty winds and small hail are possible this afternoon, while severe storms are more likely after 5 PM Tuesday.

Residents are advised to stay informed and take necessary precautions as the weather develops through midweek. The National Weather Service emphasizes the importance of staying indoors during severe weather and securing outdoor objects that could become projectiles in high winds.

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