Any lingering isolated sprinkles or brief showers will end this evening, but the wind will really increase from the east. It may become sustained at 20-30 mph at times with gusts 35-40 mph for a while with mostly cloudy to cloudy skies over the area area & temperaturs at 54-58.
Storms should still be severe in central Illinois tonight.
Thought they will weaken, a couple severe storms are possible south & southward of an Oxford to Lafayette to Frankfort line.
Warm front will lift northward & warmer, bit more unstable air will enter that zone.
Wave of rain & storms should pass in the 1 a.m. to 8 a.m. time frame over the viewing area with strong east to southeast winds.
Other than very early shower/storm Wednesday, the rest of the day looks dry with 79-85 with sun/clouds, humid & windy conditions, then a warm, humid Wednesday night with lows 65-69.
A quick-moving wave of storms is possible Thursday morning in the 6-10 a.m. time frame. An isolated severe storm or two is possible.
Otherwise, the day looks warm, windy & humid with sun/clouds & highs 82-87.
A few more storms are possible Thursday night-Friday morning with muggy lows of 65-70.
Rest of Friday looks windy, warm & humid with sun/clouds & highs 84-89 with heat indices 88-92.
Friday night looks warm & muggy with lows 66-71.
Some scattered storms are possible Saturday & Sunday (mainly afternoon-evening) with 80s & lows in the 60s with warm front nearby & an outflow boundary in the area.
An isolated severe storm or two is possible Saturday & Sunday.
These are summer-like storms that are rather hit or miss with 30-40% coverage.
Monday-Tuesday look mostly dry.
Wednesday is the next time storms look widespread with higher severe risk.
Next risk of more widespread storms & severe risk would center around June 2 with dry time between Wednesday & around Sunday, June 2.
After that, not much going on storm-wise or severe weather-wise to at least June 7, per latest data.
Main rain corridor looks well northwest of us & our temperatures look above normal for early June.
Rainfall looks slightly below normalearly to mid-June.
Mean temperatures average above normal in early June.
They average near normal in late June.
Rainfall averages near normal for late June.
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