Broken line of storms sinkging southeastward. Strongest storms approaching northeastern Pulaski & all of Fulton counties with gusts to 50 mph possible in the most-intense cores.
Other storms are moving toward northern Newton & Jasper counties. Any current warnings (Chicago & Elkhart areas) are well outside of our area. Only an isolated severe storm is possible in our north as storms pass.
Latest high-resolution model data shows the broken line gusting out & collapsing along/north of U.S. 24 as it encounters more & more CINH or capping layer (largely from sinking air aloft) on the move to the southeast.
However, it should erode later tonight & as some moisture convergence occurs along the outflow boundary from this line of storms, a few may re-fire in the heart of the area very late tonight & through tomorrow morning.
Some patchy fog could also occur.
The latest models are picking up on this.
With 84-88 & high humidity (will feel more like 91-95) tomorrow, clouds should bubble up scattered showers & storms. An isolated severe storm or two cannot be ruled out. Winds will be southwesterly at 8-11 mph.
The outflow boundary, combined with a weak surface cold front & little shortwave will help to trigger the rainfall in the form of perhaps a couple of broken lines. This, after a few showers/storms in the morning (mentioned above).