UPDATE: Gerald Claycomb of the National Weather Service office in Cheyenne said early Monday afternoon that conditions are ''still on track" for possibly severe weather across southeast Wyoming, including heavy rain, possible hail and even some isolated tornadoes. He is advising people to keep a close eye on the weather and to be prepared to deal with such issues as flooding and tornadoes,

The National Weather Service office in Cheyenne is warning people in southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska panhandle to be ready for possible severe thunderstorms, flash flooding and tornadoes Monday afternoon and evening.

Gerald Claycomb, Lead Forecaster in the Cheyenne office, says the storms could feature two inches of hail, downburst winds of over 60 miles per hour and the possibility of tornadoes.

Claycomb says flash flooding is also a concern, especially following the deluge of rain that hit the area Sunday evening.

He says people living in the area should keep an eye on the weather and plan ahead for how to deal with such issues as flash flooding or tornadoes.