The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for the Kansas City area, eastern Kansas and most of Missouri.
The watch was issued late Wednesday morning and is expected to last until at least 10 pm CDT. The storm could bring several intense tornados, hail up to 2.5 inches in diameter, and wind up to 70 mph.
A flood warning has been issued for Jackson county.
You can follow storm at the National Weather Service website.
An elliptical shape closely resembling a snowshoe has been drawn by forecasters over a map of much of Missouri and Kansas, representing the chance for severe thunderstorms Tuesday night.
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