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Large Hail Forecast for the Central Plains Late Wednesday and Into Thursday

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The weather forecast for the Plains states is beginning to sound like a broken record. The Wednesday storm threat will continue with the trend of the week with a number of metropolitan areas at risk of seeing damaging hail.

Read on for the latest developments on this severe weather system.

Wednesday Storm Will Pick Up Where Tuesday Left Off

It was another rocky day on the Plains on Tuesday. More than a dozen tornadoes were reported over the central portion of the U.S. on Tuesday alone, affirming what meteorologists had warned would be a stormy week.

The twisters touched down across Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa while other parts of the region experienced over 100 incidents of various elements of severe weather.

Wednesday storm risks will push to the east and into the central Appalachians by early Thursday. What is most concerning to forecasters about the upcoming weather is the good chance of large hail developing over the nation's heartland in the overnight hours on Wednesday.

Ohio and Michigan will be in the bullseye for the Wednesday storm as the system tracks farther east and north. Potentially damaging storms could sweep across the Great Lakes, the Ohio Valley, and the central Appalachians as the temperatures heat up.



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