For folks traveling through southeast Wyoming, western Nebraska and northeast Colorado today, the Storm Prediction Center has identified a "Slight Risk Area" for this afternoon and early evening. The southern Panhandle and northeast Colorado will be the prime area to possibly see these severe thunderstorms. Depending on how the cloud cover breaks up later this morning, this "Slight Risk Area" could be pulled further north and west. Large hail and damaging winds are the primary hazards with these thunderstorms today, but heavy rain leading to flash flooding and 1 or 2 tornadoes are possible as well. Stay tuned to later updates from the National Weather Service on this developing convective event.