NWS: Severe Weather Threat Tuesday Remains Uncertain in Timing And Magnitude

The National Weather Service continues to monitor a severe weather threat on Tuesday. While uncertainty remains in both the timing and general magnitude, the potential exists for a few storms to produce damaging winds and even a few brief tornadoes. The severe threat will be a bit earlier than usual. Be sure to check back for updates!

National Weather Service – Chicago

Meanwhile, the Central Plains and upper Midwest are getting pounded with severe weather today. The National Weather Service said some areas could see anywhere between six and 12 inches of snow through tomorrow evening. Central Nebraska, eastern South Dakota and northern Minnesota are expected to see an inch to two inches of snow fall per hour. The NWS said the conditions could make travel “nearly impossible at times.” The storm will also likely cause power outages and tree damage.