Severe Thunderstorms possible this afternoon and evening

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10:00PM – Thunderstorms will decrease in intensity over the next few hours. Our severe threat will end area-wide after midnight. -Eric

(9:49 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS DVN: Freeport [Stephenson Co, IL] public reports HEAVY RAIN of M2.40 INCH at 09:32 PM CDT — 3 hour rainfall total. via espotter.

(9:26 PM) nwsbot: DVN issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 60 MPH, hail: 1.00 IN] for Whiteside [IL] till 10:15 PM CDT

(9:02 PM) nwsbot: DVN issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 60 MPH, hail: 1.00 IN] for Carroll, Stephenson [IL] till 10:00 PM CDT

(8:05 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS DVN: German Valley [Stephenson Co, IL] trained spotter reports HAIL of pea size (M0.25 INCH) at 08:04 PM CDT —

(7:54 PM) nwsbot: LOT issues Areal Flood Advisory for Ogle [IL] till Aug 31, 12:00 AM CDT

(7:45 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS DVN: SSE Freeport [Stephenson Co, IL] trained spotter reports HAIL of half dollar size (E1.25 INCH) at 07:44 PM CDT — hail falling for 3 to 4 mintues at the time of the report.

(7:37 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS DVN: Freeport [Stephenson Co, IL] fire dept/rescue reports HAIL of half dollar size (M1.25 INCH) at 07:35 PM CDT — began at 734

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(7:38 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS DVN: Freeport [Stephenson Co, IL] trained spotter reports HAIL of quarter size (M1.00 INCH) at 07:36 PM CDT — dime to quarter hail.

(7:32 PM) nwsbot: DVN issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 60 MPH, hail: 1.00 IN] for Stephenson [IL] till 8:15 PM CDT

(5:41 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS LOT: S Elgin [Kane Co, IL] public reports TSTM WND GST of E50 MPH at 05:30 PM CDT —

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(5:42 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS LOT: Marengo [Mchenry Co, IL] trained spotter reports HAIL of nickel size (E0.88 INCH) at 05:42 PM CDT —

(5:40 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS MKX: Monroe Airport [Green Co, WI] public reports HAIL of quarter size (E1.00 INCH) at 04:53 PM CDT — near the airport

(5:25 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS LOT: 3 N Huntley [Mchenry Co, IL] trained spotter reports HAIL of nickel size (E0.88 INCH) at 05:17 PM CDT — route 47 and north 75

(5:24 PM) nwsbot: LOT issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 60 MPH, hail: 1.00 IN] for Boone, De Kalb, Kane, McHenry [IL] till 6:30 PM CDT

(5:16 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS LOT: Harvard [Mchenry Co, IL] trained spotter reports HAIL of quarter size (M1.00 INCH) at 05:00 PM CDT —

(4:51 PM) nwsbot: Local Storm Report by NWS MKX: 2 S Mukwonago [Walworth Co, WI] amateur radio reports TSTM WND GST of E65 MPH at 03:46 PM CDT —

(4:51 PM) nwsbot: MKX issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 60 MPH, hail: 1.00 IN] for Walworth [WI] till 5:30 PM CDT

(4:44 PM) nwsbot: LOT issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 70 MPH, hail: 1.25 IN] for Cook, De Kalb, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry [IL] till 5:45 PM CDT

(4:18 PM) nwsbot: MKX issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 60 MPH, hail: 1.00 IN] for Kenosha, Racine, Rock, Walworth [WI] till 5:00 PM CDT

(4:16 PM) nwsbot: LOT issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 70 MPH, hail: 1.00 IN] for Lake, McHenry [IL] till 5:15 PM CDT

(3:40 PM) nwsbot: MKX issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning [wind: 70 MPH, hail: 1.00 IN] for Jefferson, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Racine, Rock, Walworth, Waukesha [WI] till 4:30 PM CDT

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for all counties in our coverage area. Also included are Madison, Milwaukee, and Chicago. Storms capable of producing damaging straight-line wind in excess of 60mph are possible. As storms move south, into Northern Illinois toward sunset, there will be a threat of large hail. Tornadoes do not appear to be a major threat due to weak wind shear.
untitledStorms will enter the Rockford Region around 4pm, lasting a few hours.

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This post was written by qni_it on August 30, 2013

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