Hail storms and damaging wind in the central states expected.

From Weather.com
Plains and Northwest storms
Kevin Roth, Lead Meteorologist, The Weather Channel
Mar. 29, 2012 4:52 pm ET


– A storm system exits the Plains and pushes through the Ohio Valley toward the Northeast tomorrow.

– Thunderstorms are already occurring in parts of the Plains and Mississippi Valley ahead of the storm system.

– Severe thunderstorms are possible in southern Iowa and western Illinois, northern Missouri, central and northeast Kansas and northern Oklahoma.

– Large hail, damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes are possible.

– The highest threat of tornadoes is in northeast Kansas, northwest Missouri, southwest Iowa and southeast Nebraska.

– As the storm moves east into colder air some wintry precipitation is possible from the northern Great Lakes Friday to southern New England by early Saturday.

– A powerful storm produces heavy rain and heavy mountain snow across the Northwest and northern California through Friday.

– Rainfall in western Washington, western Oregon and northwest California could tally 2 to 8 inches through Friday.

– The heavy rain could lead to flooding, especially in western Oregon and northwest California.

– Snow will be measured in feet in the Cascade Mountains and the mountains of northern California.


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