The leftovers of the Plains severe weather outbreak have skimmed through our NW/N counties so far today. This line produced wind damage western Illinois & around St. Louis with structural damage in Macoupin Co., Illinois. Semis were blow over on I-70 & there are many reports of tree damage. Earlier watch to our NW/W has expired.
The MCV (can see the comma shape) is now moving through central Illinois & showers/t’storms are moving NE’ward.
10:15 AM RADAR IMAGE (INITIAL IMAGE FOR HRRR MODEL) & LATEST 10:35 AM VIPIR RADAR IMAGE:
It appears that the MCV may form a line/bow of some severe t’storms in E/SE Indiana through Ohio midday-afternoon.
A few/some t’storms may form on the tail end as far SW as the Tri-State.
So, after some sct’d showers/t’storms this morning/midday in our NW/N counties we should see lulling then perhaps a few sct’d t’storms afternoon-early evening. However, coverage looks pretty low at 30% & generally confined to areas along I-64/Ohio River.
SPC has SLIGHT RISK of severe weather today for wind/hail for any of these t’storms that develop.
RADAR PROJECTION FOR AFTERNOON-EARLY EVENING (HRRR MODEL):