Severe storms, bringing the threat of damaging winds, hail, flooding and tornadoes will move across the Plains Sunday evening.
Parts of the country most at risk for an outbreak of tornadoes include: central and western Iowa, southeastern Nebraska and northeastern Kansas.
However, outside of the highest tornado risk areas, the severe weather threat will stretch south into west-central Texas as well as northeast into parts of southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
Updates: (All time are listed in Eastern time)
5:28 p.m. EDT Sunday:
Funnel cloud near Minneola, KS! #kswx pic.twitter.com/hUvZMfcXxK— Cory Mottice (@EverythingWX) May 11, 2014
5:15 p.m. EDT Sunday:
People in Sutton Take Cover. Potential large tornado heading right for Sutoon.— NWS Hastings (@NWSHastings) May 11, 2014
4:51 p.m. EDT Sunday: An NWS spotter reports nickel and quarter-sized hail near Batavia, Jefferson County, Iowa.
4:22 p.m. EDT Sunday: Law enforcement reports wind gusts estimated to be 60 to 70 mph in Arbela, Scotland County, Missouri.