A severe weather threat covered a wide area of Plains states on Tuesday, with a severe thunderstorm watch up for Lincoln and Southeast Nebraska and a tornado watch covering Omaha and the northeastern corner of the state.
At 5:45 p.m., storms rolled northeast of Omaha and extended into north-central Kansas.
Storms that fired up in Burt County at 4:50 p.m. dropped tennis ball-size hail in Craig.
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In the Lincoln area, the primary threat is large hail and high winds associated with thunderstorms expected to move northeast out of Kansas.