HEADS UP TO THOSE WHO LIVE IN THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN PLAINS:
A very strong storm system is expected to bring a multi-day severe threat to the region. As of right now, the greatest potential for widespread severe weather appears to be setting up on Wednesday. At the moment, the Storm Prediction Center places the highest risk across the eastern two-thirds of Kansas and the northwest half of Oklahoma...
While this risk area will be adjusted over the next several days, confidence is increasing in the possibility of a higher-end severe episode. This may include the risk for strong to violent, long-track tornadoes, but there are too many factors far from certain to say for sure at this point.
Bottom line is stay tuned over the next several days as computer models begin to come into better agreement with one another as to how this situation is going to unfold. And don't wait until the sirens blow to start preparing. Prepare for tomorrow today. Related PSA