Strong Storms, Possible Tornadoes Saturday In U.S. Plains States
The National Weather Service said that damaging storms with high winds, heavy rain, large hail and isolated tornadoes are forecast for some central U.S states on Saturday. Suzanne Fortin, a weather service meteorologist in Wichita, Kansas, says “Whenever you get two dueling air masses colliding it tends to produce chaos. This means large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes all combined.” Fortin added that it was too early to say if super cells will develop that pose the greatest threat for tornadoes. “Giant hail” is possible in Nebraska and Kansas on Saturday and Nebraska will be especially prone to tornadoes.
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