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9:00pm – From here on out, we’ll be watching southern Wisconsin. For northern Illinois any severe threat (and thunderstorm threat for that matter) is winding down with every minute. A few storms bear watching over South-Central Wisconsin. A few of these may drift southeast toward Janesville and Delavan by 10:30pm.

(8:13:46 PM)
iembot: LOT issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning for De Kalb, Grundy, Kendall, La Salle [IL] till 9:00 PM CDT. Areas in the path of this severe thunderstorm include DeKalb, Sycamore, and Kingston. Brief, gusty winds to 60mph with dime to nickel sized hail can be expected within the next 15-20 minutes.

7:48pm – A small, but potent storm is now over the south side of Oregon. Some pea sized hail is possible as this drifts northeast over Lowden S.P. on its way toward Davis Junction. I sincerely doubt this will turn severe. If anything some small hail and brief torrential rain can be expected.

7:30pm – A cluster of torrential rain has set up from Lena and Pearl City down to Shannon and Mount Morris. Pea sized hail will be possible with these storms as they lift northeast into the Freeport/German Valley areas by 7:45 and eventually Rockford by 8:30pm.

(6:41:42 PM) iembot: DVN issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Bureau, Henry, Rock Island, Whiteside [IL] till 7:45 PM CDT

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This post was written by qni_it on July 29, 2008

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