Spotty showers have become a band of widespread rain as of 1:30 p.m. with even isolated thunder in our eastern & northeastern counties.
In Greater Lafayette & around Frankfort there has actually been a bit of a hole & much more rain has fallen elsewhere.
Note the line of low-topped storms racing east of Springfield, Illinois. That is developing where some sun & favorable shear & dynamics are co-located.
Line should continue to race northeastward & with some sun, has the potential for an isolated embedded severe storm or two.
SPC has the entire viewing area in a MARGINAL RISK for severe weather mid to late this afternoon for this line.
Skies will also clear out in dry slot behind the line.
Highs today in the mid 60s to lower 70s will occur.
There is the evolution of the next several hours.
Once we slear in the dry slot this evening, low clouds will roll back in tonight with lows in the 40s to 50.
Showers will then pivot in from the west.
If you are prone to aches & pains from low pressure, beware! Our surface air pressure may drop to 990 mb right over the viewing area.
Unfortunately, it looks like scattered showers will last through the day tomorrow before ending tomorrow evening with strong, gust northwest winds.
Lows will drop into the 40s Sunday night.
Monday looks drier with highs in the mid 60s to lower 70s with lots of sunshine, then increasing clouds.