Showers continue with the passing of a low pressure system. The overall strength of these showers have weakened as the day progresses. Areas in eastern Illinois and Warren county saw severe thunderstorm warnings this morning, but severity has since decreased. The chance for stronger storms will decrease as we lose sunlight due limiting daytime heating.
As the system pushes through, we'll see temperatures continue to drop from the rain-cooled air. We can already see where the heavier bands of rain have influenced temperatures within the past 24 hours.
Sunday Evening - Sunday Morning
Once this line pushes through, we'll remain clear for the remainder of the evening.
Showers push back in overnight into Sunday morning. Expect a low of around 70 degrees.
The chance for isolated thunderstorms will continue into Sunday afternoon. Don't expect a total washout on Sunday, but be wary that the chance for rain continues through the entire day.
Despite the rain, temperatures will still be hot, reaching the 90 degree mark. With the combination of the hot air and rain, it will be humid.