(3:00PM - 7/12/20) A brief recap of the Fri-Sat, June 26-27th severe t'storm event that affected the state.
A storm system and multiple disturbances moved through the region, Friday through Saturday. Severe t'storms occurred across portions of the state both days, with Friday featuring the most widespread and significant severe t'storm activity.
Friday, June 26th...
Clusters of showers and t'storms spread across Northern Illinois, this Friday into this Friday afternoon. In the wake of this early activity, some clearing and destabilization occurred. New development of scattered showers and t'storms occurred Friday afternoon, across portions of Southern Wisconsin, Iowa and Northwest Illinois. This activity grew upscale into multiple lines/clusters, which pushed southeastward across Northern Illinois late Friday afternoon into Friday night. Scattered severe t'storms occurred with this activity, with damaging winds having been the main threat, some of which was widespread and significant.
Saturday, June 27th...
Saturday morning featured weakening clusters of showers and t'storms moving across portions of Central and Southern Illinois, and adjacent states. Some of this activity re-generated with some additional new scattered showers and t'storms having developed as well. Additional new scattered showers and t'storms developed across the state and adjacent states through the day. All of this activity, in the form of several clusters, moved across Central and Southern Illinois, this Saturday afternoon into Saturday night. Isolated severe t'storms occurred across portions of Central and Southern Illinois with the activity through the day and night.
Below are map representations of final forecasts for each day, as well as severe weather reports across the state and adjacent areas.
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