(11:30AM Saturday - 6/25/22) As a disturbance moves through the region, a large area of showers and t'storms has been moving through the region and across portions of Northern and Central Illinois last night into this morning. In the wake of this activity, as another disturbance moves through the region, a new round of showers and t'storms are expected to develop along a cold front this afternoon across portions of Wisconsin, Eastern Iowa, Northwest Illinois and Missouri. This activity will move southeastward into the state, and then traverse portions of the state, this afternoon through very early Sunday morning. Given environmental conditions expected to be in place, a severe t'storm risk will be possible with some of this activity across a large portion of Illinois.
•Much of Illinois.
•This afternoon through very early Sunday morning.
•A level 1 to 2 severe t'storm risk is in place across a large portion of Illinois, this afternoon through very early Sunday morning.
•Isolated to widely scattered severe t'storms will be possible, posing a risk of damaging winds, large hail and an isolated tornado.
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