Rain & Thunderstorms Arrive

Showers and thunderstorms will dot the radar screen on Sunday. Since the rain will be scattered in nature, there will be a few dry periods during the day. When it’s not raining, it will be mostly cloudy and windy. An east wind will gust up to 30mph at times.

Scattered showers & t'storms will become more numerous by Sunday evening

Scattered showers & t’storms will become more numerous by Sunday evening

Thunderstorms will increase in coverage Sunday evening and night, with heavy rain a good bet. The chance for any severe weather is low, but not zero. We are under a Threatrack Level 1 for Sunday, meaning general thunderstorms may contain some gusty wind and small hail. A local severe weather outbreak is not likely.



The highest risk for severe weather on Sunday will occur from the Quad Cities, Peoria, and points south. Tornadoes are possible in central & southern Illinois, southern Iowa, Missouri and Arkansas.

On Monday, the chance for showers and thunderstorms will continue across our area. Another threat of severe weather exists, but it appears things will stay active just south of our local area once again.



Should anything change, I will update this blog post.



Posted under FutureTrack, severe weather, Threatrack, weather

This post was written by qni_it on April 26, 2014

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