As northeast Nebraska deals with stormy weather to start Tuesday, the southern part of the state could be dealing with just that tonight. 

The National Weather Service has placed southeast Nebraska and northeast Kansas in an enhanced risk for severe weather this evening. 

Storms are expected to move into southeast Nebraska area between 7 and 10 p.m. Tuesday and roll across the border overnight. 

The NWS says the main hazards will be golf ball sized hail and wind gusts around 70 miles-per-hour, but a a tornado or two cannot be ruled out. 

Flash flooding is also possible.