Severe weather likely across northern US for next several days

Winds gusted to at least 60 mph in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where small airplanes were flipped on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.PlayWBRZ
WATCH Severe weather likely across northern US for next several days

Several storm systems will be moving through the Rockies and the Midwest over the next several days producing severe storms each day through Friday.

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There were nearly 60 damaging storm reports from the Dakotas to the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, including a major hail storm near Dallas and 60 mph winds in Louisiana.

Severe storms are expected Wednesday from the Rockies into the Midwest. The biggest threat will be damaging winds of more than 60 mph, golf ball-size or larger hail and a few isolated tornadoes.

Severe weather alerts are in place for the Northern Plains, largely across Nebraska and Iowa, for Wednesday.ABC News
Severe weather alerts are in place for the Northern Plains, largely across Nebraska and Iowa, for Wednesday.

On Thursday, severe weather will continue into the High Plains from Montana into the Dakotas and Nebraska where damaging winds, hail and a few tornadoes are possible.

The concern on Thursday for severe weather will be across Montana, northeast Wyoming and western South Dakota and Nebraska.ABC News
The concern on Thursday for severe weather will be across Montana, northeast Wyoming and western South Dakota and Nebraska.

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