By Jordan Root – AccuWeather
Following strong storms on Wednesday, another round of threatening weather will rumble across part of the Central states Thursday afternoon into Thursday night.
A storm will spin over the Rockies through the end of the week. The storm will push a wedge of dry air into a field of moisture over the High Plains. This dry/moist contrast zone from southwestern Nebraska to central Texas will be the firing point for the storms.
“That upper-level low with the help of the southern branch of the jet stream will pull ample Gulf moisture and warm temperatures into the Plains,” said AccuWeather.com Storm Warning Meteorologist Billy Clark.
Thursday’s storms will have the potential to outnumber and outperform the storms on Wednesday that rumbled across the region and brought small hail, downpours and even a funnel cloud in Kansas.