Slight Risk continues....
We are watching line of storms developing central & southern Illinois to Tennessee moving northeastward toward our area.
Ahead of it, band of sunshine with temperatures surging to the upper 70s to 80 & dew points of 66-70 are occurring from southern Illinois & southwestern Indiana to near Terre Haute.
Here, line should pass in the general 6-10 p.m. time frame with risk of a couple severe gusts & a couple/few brief EF0-EF1 tornadoes.
This is due to presence of strong wind fields in the lowest 10,000' with a wind shift noted in the lowest 6000' with low LCLs (cloud bases) in very moist environment with up to 1200 J/kg of surface CAPE & ML CAPE to 1000 J/kg.
The more sun in that band, the more the risk of a severe storm.
Looks like a QLCS squall line with a few nodes, "dog legs" & LEWPs in it ("S"-shapes).
Much more sun would result in a higher severe weather risk.
SPC has indicated that a watch is possible for the area.