Severe Thunderstorms, Strong Winds, Hail Possible In SE Wyoming
Some of the storms could include strong winds and hail up to a quarter in size. Some flooding is also possible in the Panhandle.
The agency posted this statement on its website:
Scattered thunderstorms are expected Saturday afternoon and a few storms may be severe with strong winds and hail. Storms will mostly form along the Laramie Range around mid-afternoon moving towards the Nebraska Panhandle by the evening hours. Stay weather aware and be sure to have a way to receive weather warnings and forecast updates!
There is a slight risk across the western Nebraska Panhandle. Thunderstorms will begin along the Laramie Range around mid-afternoon moving towards the Nebraska Panhandle by the evening hours. This will begin at 2PM in southeastern Wyoming moving eastward towards Nebraska. Timing for southeastern Wyoming is 3PM-7PM and western Nebraska 5PM-10PM. Slow moving storms may produce flash flooding in areas such as Sidney, Scottsbluff, and Bridgeport.