We'll most likely head north to either Northern Kansas or Southern Nebraska as the severe weather setup in that vicinity seems to be shaping up rather well. The SPC has issued a Slight Risk for most of Nebraska and South Dakota, with a little bit of North Kansas thrown in. A 5% tornado risk has also been issued for this area. An eastward push of the dry line and easterly surface winds up that way should fire off rotating supercells this afternoon provided that enough moisture makes its way northward as advertised on the computer models this morning. A batch of rain is currently moving through the north and east portion of Nebraska, but that should not contaminate our target area.
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