First Alert: Heavy rain, thunderstorms, power outages reported

First Alert 10pm forecast 3/14

(KFVS) - Heavy rain and thunderstorms will push into western parts of the Heartland continue to track across the area through the overnight hours.

The Heartland will see gusty winds, even outside of the rain, tonight, but we could see some isolated damaging winds too.

Wind Advisories have been issued for parts of the Heartland. Some burn bans have been issued because of the wind.

View a list of power outages here.

There is also a low risk for hail and isolated tornadoes as these storms push through.

Notice almost all of the Heartland is under either green or yellow in the second map...showing that we all have a threat for isolated severe weather.

There is also a low risk for hail and isolated tornadoes as these storms push through. Notice almost all of the Heartland is under either green or yellow in the second map...showing that we all have a threat for isolated severe weather. (Source: KFVS)
There is also a low risk for hail and isolated tornadoes as these storms push through. Notice almost all of the Heartland is under either green or yellow in the second map...showing that we all have a threat for isolated severe weather. (Source: KFVS)

Even stronger winds likely on Thursday with more scattered storms.

There is a potential for power outages into Thursday (Source: KFVS)
There is a potential for power outages into Thursday (Source: KFVS) (Source: KFVS)

Slightly cooler air will move in on Friday, but lots of sun and dry days are in the forecast as we head into the weekend and next week!

Copyright 2019 KFVS. All rights reserved.