Severe Weather/Heavy Rainfall Risk
Iowa Storm Center.com
Date: 9/23/23 at 8:55am Central
Timing: Effective early this afternoon through late evening….
Hazards: Large hail, damaging winds and a few isolated tornadoes.
Discussion: A upper-level low will impact portions of the forecast area later today through tonight. The latest expectations are for an existing line of severe storms across northeast Nebraska to slide into west central and northwest Iowa early this afternoon. During this time period, additional severe storms are expected develop deeper into the afternoon across central and southern Iowa. The primary affected zone will be across the northern half of Iowa where rainfall amounts of 0.50-1.50″ should be a common theme with some areas over 2″+ of rainfall. Large hail, damaging winds and a few isolated tornadoes will be possible early this afternoon through the evening. The tornado threat is especially noted from northwest to central Iowa given low-level shear values and backing southeasterly winds at the surface. All activity from this wave should exit after midnight tonight as the system departs…
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