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Another Possible Historic Tornado Outbreak Today for the Upper Midwest.


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 Widespread severe wind gusts of 60-75 mph along with at least a few tornadoes are likely from mid afternoon through early tonight across the Mid-Missouri Valley to the Upper Mississippi Valley. Embedded gusts of 75-100 mph and a strong tornado or two are also possible, particularly from extreme eastern Nebraska across western to northern Iowa and southeastern Minnesota.

  A rapidly evolving outbreak of severe storms with widespread damaging winds and a few tornadoes is expected to begin by mid afternoon across eastern NE and continue northeastward into the upper MS Valley by early tonight...

 

This is the first time in history that a Moderate Risk Area has been issued for the Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin areas in the month of December.

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The backside of this system that is at present producing severe weather has a snowstorm with 50-60 mph winds. The severe storms are in eastern Nebraska now heading towards Iowa.

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