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Severe storms are expected to hit the Omaha area on Sunday evening, according to meteorologist Caitlin Harvey.

The day started with dense fog in some areas, making driving conditions treacherous.

The current temperature readings range from 51 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit, with mostly cloudy skies reported.

While the fog is expected to lift as the day progresses, there are still showers in the northern regions.

However, the previously warned storms are now moving further north and out of the area.

A dense fog advisory is in effect until 9:00 AM, and the weather is expected to turn warm and humid, with highs reaching the 80s.

The impact weather icons and severe icons will become relevant after 6:00 PM, indicating a chance for strong to severe storms.

The expected high for the day is 86 degrees Fahrenheit, which is much warmer than average.

Other cities like Shenandoah and Falls City are also expected to experience temperatures above average, while Carroll and Norfolk will have temperatures slightly above average.

The storm predictor model shows a chance for isolated storms throughout the morning, but they are not expected to be worrisome.

As the day progresses, with the increasing warmth and instability, the likelihood of stronger storms grows.

After 7:00 PM, a main line of intense storms is predicted to move through the area, continuing overnight.

By midnight, the storms will begin to move eastward.

The severe outlook for tonight indicates an enhanced risk, with a rating of three out of five for most of the area, including Lincoln and the Omaha metros.

The potential hazards include large hail, damaging winds, and the possibility of tornadoes.

One or two tornadoes could reach a strength of up to EF2, and hail the size of baseballs is possible.

The hatch marks on the outlook map indicate a significant risk, particularly for the Omaha and Lincoln metros, with winds reaching up to 65 mph or higher.

Residents are advised to stay updated on severe weather notifications and to identify safe rooms in their homes.

The severe weather conditions are expected to be most significant after 7:00 PM, so it is crucial to be prepared overnight and into tomorrow morning.

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