Severe Weather/Heavy Rainfall Risk
Iowa Storm Center.com
Date: 9/21/23 at 9:14am Central
Timing: Effective Friday evening through Saturday evening….
Hazards: Large hail and damaging winds. An isolated tornado threat will be possible in the earlier stages of the event…
Discussion: A strong upper-level system will impact the forecast area starting Friday night and extending through Saturday night as a two-punch event. The latest synopsis is for a line of strong to heavy storms to develop across Nebraska Friday afternoon into the evening where the primary risk of severe weather will exist, but these storms may blead into western Iowa later Friday evening into the overnight with a risk of gusty winds. That said, this threat should diminish deeper into the night as instability values wain. A secondary and more profound risk of severe weather is looking to take aim on a large portion of the forecast area Saturday afternoon through the evening with all threats possible. Heavy rainfall will be an additional threat given higher precipitable water values in some locations.
As we continue to fine-tune timing and placement, additional updates are likely to follow downstream…
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