3:00am Update: A small line of storms will quickly move east out of McHenry County. The severe thunderstorm threat is over.
2:30am Update: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for Winnebago (east of IL-251), Boone, and northwest McHenry County until 3:15am. Wind gusts to 60mph, quarter-size hail, frequent lightning, heavy rain all likely with this storm. Far east Rockford, Roscoe, Cherry Valley, Belvidere, Poplar Grove, Caledonia, Timberlane, Candlewick Lake, Capron, Chemung, Harvard, Hebron all in line for this warning.
Severe T’Storm Warning until 3:15am
2:00am Update: Gusty wind—up to 50mph—will be possible across Lee, Ogle & Winnebago County ahead of the line of storms. The storms in Stephenson, northern Ogle and Winnebago County will contain some hail and frequent lightning.
Gusty Wind Ahead of the T’Storms
1:40am Update: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for western Whiteside County and southwestern Carroll County until 2:15am. Gusts to 60mph, hail, and frequent lightning all possible with this storm. This storm will reach the Morrison and Prophetstown area around 2am.
Severe T’Storm Warning until 2:15am
Origional Post: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for most of the area until 5am Sunday morning. Clusters of showers and thunderstorms over Iowa have developed into a line of thunderstorms. This line will continue to move east across Iowa and take aim at the Stateline area overnight. An approximate time frame is between midnight and 4am.
Severe T’Storm Watch until 5am
The main threats overnight will be strong gusty wind, damaging hail, frequent lightning, and heavy downpours. The threat for tornadic activity is extremely low.
11pm Exactrack HD Radar
I will update the blog and social media as needed throughout the night.
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