(2:00AM - 3/24/19) A storm system pushing through the region will bring the chance for rain and t’storms across much of the state on Sunday. A severe t’storm threat will also exist across Southern Illinois Sunday afternoon and evening.
A warm front is expected to push northward across Southern Illinois Sunday morning and afternoon. South of this front an environment featuring low instability, modest moisture and modest shear will exist. As the low pressure and associated cold front approach the state during the afternoon, scattered t’storms will develop across Eastern Missouri into Southwest Illinois by mid-afternoon Sunday. This activity will then push across much of Southern Illinois during the afternoon and evening. Given the environment in place, and isolated to widely scattered severe t’storm is possible, with the best chance being near and south of I-64 in Southern Illinois. All modes of severe weather are possible with any severe t’storm.
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