Any storms that do develop are expected to end by midnight. Farther south, the sky is clearing closer to the Kansas border.
He did note that in terms of "severe" weather, tonight and Thursday are the days that will yield the worst conditions. Scattered storms start popping around 2 p.m.in southeastern Nebraska, continuing to move north and east into western Iowa.
Locally damaging winds may also occur with stronger storms - particularly into this evening when storms are likely to congeal into one or more organized bands capable of more widespread damaging winds. The strongest storms should start to exit the KETV viewing area by 6 or 7 p.m.More news: Basquiat painting fetches record $110.5M at New York auction
If you are driving, make sure to be cautious, because storms will greatly impact visibility. The main threat will be weak fast-moving isolated tornadoes. Because of the set-up in the atmosphere any isolated storm could produce gusty winds, hail and even a very low potential for a tornado (but not zero).
Multiple rounds of thunderstorms may lead to heavy rainfall, resulting in flash flooding from early Friday morning through Saturday morning, according to the weather service. Most of these, beginning tomorrow, will be non-severe in nature.