(9:45PM Friday - 7/22/22) As multiple disturbances move through the region over the next few days, a few rounds of rain/t'storms are expected across portions of the state. Given environmental conditions expected to be in place, a severe t'storm risk is expected with some of this activity over the next few days.
With this update we have introduced a severe t'storm risk across portions of the state for Sun/Sun night, July 24th.
Timing & Location...
•Tonight - Early Saturday Morning, July 22-23rd: Northern and Central Illinois.
•Early Saturday Morning - Early Sunday Morning, July 23-24th: Northern Illinois.
•Early Sunday Morning - Late Sunday Night, July 24-25th: Central & Southern Illinois.
•A level 1 severe t'storm risk is in place across Northern and Central Illinois, from tonight through early Saturday morning. Isolated severe t'storms will be possible, posing a risk of damaging winds and large hail.
•A level 1 to 3 severe t'storm risk is in place across Northern Illinois, from early Saturday morning through early Sunday morning. Isolated to scattered severe t'storms will be possible, posing a risk of damaging winds, large hail and an isolated tornado.
•A level 1 severe t'storm risk is in place across Central and Southern Illinois, from early Sunday morning through late Sunday night. Isolated severe t'storms will be possible, posing a risk of damaging winds and large hail.
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