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Severe Weather Threatening Eastern Iowa

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Showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon with severe weather likely across portions of the state Thursday.

The biggest threat will be in the form of large hail and high winds. Our tornado is risk low, but not zero, with the best chance across central and northwest Iowa.

We need to keep our eye on a line of storms developing from the west. Timing right now puts the greatest severe weather threat into Eastern Iowa starting at 2:00 pm, continuing east until 8:00 pm tonight.

You can follow updates on the severe weather situation by clicking here and stay tuned to KCRG-TV9 as we will break into programming as the situation warrants. If you have not already signed up for KCRG WeatherCall click here to sign up now.

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