Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wednesday Rain

Moderate rain continues over north central Illinois, as a MCS from Iowa pushed east into the Stateline. There isn't much thunder or lightning left, as the thunderstorm complex ran into slightly more stable air. Rain will continue through about 11am or so this morning and then there will be several hours of dry time, and even potentially some clearing of the cloud cover.

If we do get some sunshine, we need to keep an eye on storm development in the early evening. Right now there are several parameters that are coming together that could bring strong to severe storms this evening. Right now there is an enhanced risk for severe storms over Iowa and northwest Illinois. The rest of the Stateline is under a slight risk. The higher threat for super cell type storms will mainly be in Iowa, which brings the threat for all types of severe weather. By the time the storms make it to the Stateline, the look to form into a line of storms. This would bring mainly a heavy rain and strong wind threat to the Stateline this evening.

Make sure to stay weather aware this evening, and we will make sure to keep you posted as storms develop in Iowa this afternoon.

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