Nebraska, Iowa Weather: Possible Tornadoes, 70 MPH Wind Gusts on Tuesday


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Omaha, NE – Severe weather is expected to impact Omaha on Tuesday and Thursday, potentially disrupting Fourth of July celebrations.

According to the US National Weather Service Omaha/Valley Nebraska, severe thunderstorms are anticipated on Tuesday with a threat of tornadoes, hail up to golfball size, and wind gusts reaching 70 mph. These storms are expected to clear out by the evening.

On Thursday, additional severe storms are predicted with slightly less intensity but still pose significant risks. The weather system could bring strong winds, heavy rain, and potential flash flooding to parts of eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa. With Thursday being the Fourth of July, residents are advised to stay updated on the latest forecasts and exercise caution during outdoor activities.

Local authorities recommend monitoring weather updates and preparing for potential severe conditions to ensure safety during holiday plans.


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