The National Weather Service has now expanded a Level-4 “moderate” risk of tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail for to cover all of the local area this afternoon and tonight. The next-to-the-highest threat level means that NWS expects strong tornadoes (EF-2 to EF-3), including some that could be “significant” and “long-tracked”. Straight-line winds up to 80 miles an hour and tennis ball sized hail are also possible. The storms could continue until early Wednesday morning. Flash flooding is another concern.