A slight risk of storms is forecast from Dallas to near Chicago. There's still a threat of strong winds, large hail, flash flooding and an isolated tornado or two, according to the National Weather Service.
The main threat from these storms are damaging winds between 60 and 70 miles per hour and large hail.
If your area is either under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning or Tornado Warning, it is time to take shelter inside an interior room away from windows.
But Tuesday's and Wednesday's storm's weren't the end of the severe weather.
You may sometimes see alerts on KVUE, or on the KVUE News app, that the county you live in is under a "Severe Thunderstorm Warning" or "Tornado Watch". Surface wind direction comes from the southeast in these regions, contrasting with the winds from the west behind the line.
By 8 p.m., the threat of severe will be winding down.
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Storms are expected to arrive during the afternoon and evening hours Thursday, as a cold front is expected to arrive and spark up quick-moving storms that could be severe.
Another round of storms is expected Thursday night.
The gusty winds will spread into New England on Friday night with the strongest winds set to whip northern areas.
Today specifically targets the I-80 corridor and south. However, hail and even an isolated tornado or two can not be ruled.
3-Enhanced (orange) - Enhanced risk - An area of greater (relative to Slight risk) severe storm coverage with varying levels of intensity.