Lightning Flashes Across Southeast Nebraska Sky

Lightning flashed across the Nebraska sky as thunderstorms hit the state overnight June 14-15, according to the National Weather Service.

Video posted by Chloe Iossi shows lightning flashing across the sky in Lincoln, Nebraska.

The NWS issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the area, with “ping-pong-ball-sized hail” and winds "of up to 70 mph” possible. Credit: @chloeiossi via Storyful

Video transcript

- [INAUDIBLE] I-80.

- That's it, to the right one.

- [INAUDIBLE] weekend as it heads into Omaha or into Lincoln and eventually Omaha [INAUDIBLE]. But we don't know that, again, we just know that we have a very strong area of rotation and a confirmed tornado on mile marker 388. Rob, can you look up on a map and find out where 388 is, get a sense of where that is into Lincoln here. But heading into [INAUDIBLE] thunderstorm here.

- --on I-80.

- That's it, to the right.

- Hopefully [INAUDIBLE] weekend as it heads into Omaha or into Lincoln and eventually Omaha [INAUDIBLE]. But we don't know that yet. Again, we just know that we have a very strong area of rotation and a confirmed tornado at mile marker 388. Rob, can you look up on the map and find out where 388 is, get a sense of where that is into Lincoln here. But heading into [INAUDIBLE] thunderstorm here.

- --on I-80.

- That's it.

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