Concerning Overnight Rainfalls - Update 11:55pm

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As of 11:55pm, I'm even more concerned about flash flood potential during the night over parts of eastern Nebraska, southern Iowa, northern Missouri and, perhaps, parts of northeast Kansas. In addition to heavy rains occurring in those areas at this time, a squall line is moving southeast out of central Nebraska that will cause even more heavy rain, in addition to damaging winds with a few areas of large hail and even a "tornado or two" where you see the pink tint. This will be my last update of the night. 

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In addition to the squall line threat (see posting below), I'm concerned about additional overnight rains adding to the flooding in the Midwest. 

Here are 12-hour rainfalls ending at 10pm. 
More than two inches have fallen in parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Illinois. It is currently raining in some of those areas. 

The latest model from 10p to 2p Wednesday shows substantial rains falling overnight in some of the most precarious areas. 
The worst thing that can happen is for additional rains to fall in the areas where the river crests are moving toward. Be sure and check the weather before heading out early tomorrow morning. 


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