August severe weather brings flash flood to Arkansas, large hail to Nebraska

Written by on August 16, 2017 in Summer 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments

The above visible satellite images captures Monday evening’s intense storms over the Plains with their waves and overshooting tops at sunset.

The clash between unusual cool encompassing a large portion of the country vs typical August heat and humidity coming up from the south is harnessing persistent stormy weather over the central and southern US. Severe storms have produced flash flooding in Arkansas and large/deep hail to Nebraska.

Severe storms crossed Nebraska west to east.

Hail was so deep it looked like snow!

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