Cluster of severe storms will continue to evolve & move through southern Illinois & Indiana (like the severe weather that has moved through that area in the past three nights). Just north of that cluster, some spotty showers/t'showers will develop & move through our area tomorrow morning. A few more will likely develop behind that & pass through mid to late morning. So, just count on some off & on spotty showers/t'showers that will interfere with outdoor work.
A break will likely follow with some sunshine & a wind turn to the south to south-southwest wind some sunshine. Dew points will also rise to near a muggy 72 with temperatures warming to near 80 to the mid 80s.
Scattered developing storms in the afternoon may gell into three small clusters in the evening. One of these may form a pretty well-pronounced bow with a decent damaging wind threat. One of these three clusters will likely pass north of us & the other south of us. The third may move through the heart of the area. Given the shear & instability, Marginal to Slight severe risk (isolated to scattered severe) will be in place. Main threat would be wind with a lesser threat of a brief tornado &/or some hail.
Some data suggests these clusters will either be north or south of the area actually with only a couple storms getting in here. Of course, we will monitor. Parameters are such that any storm in the area could strengthen to severe status, so either way, Marginal to Slight Risk is good call whether they split & miss us mostly or not.
There will still be a few spotty showers & t'storms around Wednesday & Thursday with humid conditions & highs in the 80s Wednesday around 90 Thursday. At this point, parameters support less likelihood of any severe risk on these days, but we will continue to monitor.
Any rainfall Tuesday-Thursday could be locally-heavy, which could produce some flash flooding after up to 7.5" of rainfall in parts of the area last week.
(Data & imagery courtesy of Levi Cowan & tropicaltidbits.com:)
Some spotty showers & t'showers will pass late tonight & through the morning:
Three small clusters of storms may evolve in the late afternoon & move eastward, affecting us in the evening to early night. Again, some data is showing one cluster north & another south with only a couple storms here in the area...............or a third moving through area.