Part of the viewing area may end up with MARGINAL RISK of severe for Wednesday p.m.
First, it clouds up this evening-tonight (after highs today, then wave of some showers passes Tuesday morning with potential of some snow/sleet briefly mixing in with temperatures in the 30s.
Lull will occur in the afternoon-evening with just a few spotty showers & sprinkles with mostly cloudy to cloudy skies & highs 45-54. Winds will be southeasterly.
Widespread rainfall overspreads area Tuesday night & lasts to Wednesday morning with temperatures 44-50. Isolated thunder is possible.
Wednesday should features periods of showers & a few t'storms. In between these waves of showers & a few t'storms will be some sun. Highs will run 57-63 with south-southeast to south & southwest winds.
Given the sun & shear, there is potential of a couple isolated severe storms. MARGINAL RISK is currently up to central Illinois & southwestern Indiana, but appears it could expand eastward & northeastward some.
Some showers are possible Wednesday night with 40s.
Showers end early Thursday morning, followed by some sun & 50s & strong northwest winds.
1-2.5" of rainfall is possible Tuesday-Thursday AM.
More rainfall is possible next Sunday with even isolated t'storms with south winds to 40 mph & highs in the 50s to 60.
Northwest winds may gust to 50 mph on the back side of the system Monday, November 30.
1-1.50" rainfall is possible.
Severe weather is likely Texas & Oklahoma to Kentucky to Georgia, then Carolinas to the Northeast.
Tornadoes are likely Texas to Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi to Alabama. A couple long-track, strong tornadoes are possible with high-end ENHANCED RISK in the South possible.