Storm Risk: Next Few Days

A warm front will lift through Northern Illinois by Wednesday morning. A few thunderstorms will be possible, especially north of US20 into South-Central Wisconsin. A few storms could produce hail from pea to dime-size. Storm motion will be to the northeast with storm coverage about 30%.

There will be a small risk of severe thunderstorms for Central Wisconsin on Wednesday along the warm front. For Northern Illinois, the atmosphere will be capped (meaning there’s a cap or lid of warm air aloft. That warm air prevents the development of thunderstorms.)
3A cold front will need to be watched on Thursday. While most of the activity will be during the afternoon along the I-35 corridor (from Minneapolis to Des Moines and Kansas City), a few thunderstorms capable of producing strong wind could be incoming as early as 8pm Thursday. More than likely, we’ll be dealing with off and on thunderstorms Thursday night into the wee hours of Friday.



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This post was written by qni_it on May 6, 2014

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