There was a lot of severe weather reports yesterday! Total was 524!
They were especially dense with that intense wind event over Pennsylvania & New Jersey & Missouri through Nebraska.
As for our area, the only reports I received were sub-severe with pea hail & one nickel-sized report. There were a couple of wind gusts around 40 mph last night, as well.
In Benton, Warren & Fountain counties, rainfall totals of 1-2.15" were reported.
Elsewhere, totals were generally 0.20-0.80"
MCV over southeast Missouri continues to move east-eastward, while smaller one is over Ohio. Both will serve as foci for storms today. A shortwave in South Dakota will be a trigger for a severe storms northwest of our region later today.
MCV will pop numerous storms south & southeast of our area today.
We will see a few isolated storms possible.
MCS should track from South Dakota through Iowa & into Missouri. What is left of it may reach western Tennessee by Friday afternoon.
The MCV will be centered over southwestern Illinois Friday afternoon.
MCV will continue to track southeastward.
For us, much of the day is dry. There are a couple outlying models still suggesting a mature MCS with severe risk here on Friday. We will monitor that, but the main MCS corridor is southwest of us for Friday, it appears.
However, a few storms are possible in the evening-night along a weak cold front.
Much of the day will be capped & hot & humid.
Our weekend looks dry & very warm to hot, mostly sunny to sunny, but a little less humid.
Severe weather corridor will concentrate in the Plains & High Plains.
Monday-Tuesday look hot & humid with highs 88-94 with heat indices 94-103.
Remnants of Cristobal pass Tuesday night-Wednesday.
Strong winds aloft, combined with marginal instability will make for some severe risk as remnants deepen northwest of area & strong cold front approaches.
MARGINAL to SLIGHT RISK seems possible right now, even with considerable cloudiness & rainfall around.
Nice comfortable, cooler, less humid air should follow with highs in the 70s & lows in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
However, this relief should last too long.
Much warmer, humid weather with the risk of storms should return by around June 13-14. Parameters suggest SLIGHT RISK.