Some parts of southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle could see severe weather this afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service in Cheyenne.

"An isolated thunderstorm could become strong to severe," the NWS said. "The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Marginal (1 of 5) risk for severe weather."

The NWS says wind gusts up to 70 mph will be the main threat, but isolated, penny to quarter-size hail could be possible as well.

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"Storm timing may be slightly later today, generally 3 to 10 PM in Wyoming, and then 5 PM through midnight in Nebraska," the NWS said.

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11AM- July 12th – Another round of scattered showers and thunderstorms is likely this afternoon and evening. An isolated thunderstorm could become strong to severe, particularly in southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska panhandle where the Storm Prediction Center has issued a Marginal (1 of 5) risk for severe weather. The main threat today is strong, gusty winds, but isolated large hail could be possible as well. Storm timing may be slightly later today, generally 3 to 10 PM in Wyoming, and then 5PM through midnight in Nebraska.

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