The central United States will not catch a break from severe weather as potentially damaging thunderstorms threaten to erupt daily through at least midweek.
Violent thunderstorms closing out this weekend are expected to be followed by additional rounds as the week progresses and a storm system continues to roll out of the Rockies.
The corridor from southeastern South Dakota to eastern Colorado and the Texas Panhandle will first be at risk on Sunday afternoon and evening.
“Severe storms that occur will be capable of producing large hail and damaging wind gusts, as well as torrential downpours that will lead to flash flooding in spots,” AccuWeather Lead Storm Warning Meteorologist Eddie Walker.
An isolated tornado or two cannot be ruled out.
Some of the communities being threatened were struck by severe weather and flooding late on Saturday.
Large hail on Saturday shattered windows and windshields of vehicles in Nebraska. Similar incidents can occur to end the weekend and with the severe…