The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service is predicting another day of severe storms for southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska panhandle on Sunday.

The service issued the following weather statement:

''One more day of severe storms is expected today across a portion of southeast Wyoming and the southern Nebraska panhandle, before a drying out period begins on Monday and continues through much of the week. The main threats with these storms will be golf ball size hail or larger, damaging winds, frequent lightning, localized flash flooding and an isolated tornado threat. The storms will generally develop after 2 pm and may continue through 10 pm. Severe storm movement will be southeast at 25 to 30 mph."

A tornado touched down Saturday near Douglas, but no injuries have been reported from that twister.


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