Severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes will continue to sweep across the central U.S. into Thursday night.
Storms capable of producing damaging winds, large hail and violent tornadoes will stretch from Texas to Nebraska.
While storms have battered the region earlier this week, this round of severe weather will likely be more intense and widespread.
"The risk of tornadoes will be present with some of the strongest storms, primarily across portions of Kansas and Nebraska [late Thursday]," AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions Lead Meteorologist Phil Warren said.
UPDATES: (All times are listed in CDT)
2:35 p.m. CDT Thursday: A car went up in flames amid major flooding outside of College Station, Texas, according to local reporter David Nuño from ABC13:
Car on fire due to major flooding on hwy 6 just past College Station on way to Waco #Baylor pic.twitter.com/34Q3F5G2HX— David Nuño (@DavidNunoABC13) May 26, 2016
2:21 p.m. CDT Thursday: Hail up to 1.5 inches was reported near Blue Hill, Nebraska, according to a NWS employee.
2:13 p.m. CDT Thursday: Law enforcement near St. George, Kansas, about 50 miles east of Topeka, reported a tornado.
1:59 p.m. CDT Thursday: Emergency management near Advance, Missouri, about 130 miles south of St. Louis, reported water and trees covering portions of Highway 1.
1:47 p.m. CDT Thursday: Multiple homes were damaged due to a possible tornado in Bryan, Texas, according to city officials.