Some storms popping up overnight and into Tuesday morning

Clay Curtis
August 13, 2019

By Monday night, storms are likely to reach the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley regions.

Isolated, scattered, to numerous showers and storms are expected to continue for the rest of the evening. The bulk of the action should be in the late afternoon and evening hours.

Experts say that the greatest risk of severe storms will be in central IL. If a storm gets fired up along that boundary, it may possibly produce a tornado, strong winds, and hail during the afternoon.

Friday will be mostly sunny with a high of 83 and a low of 63. As mentioned earlier, keep the FOX43 Weather App handy for severe weather alerts directly to your phone and for the latest forecast updates. "So how much clouds and rain do we get with that and how much sunshine is able to break through to generate heating during the midday and afternoon hours", Mazza said.

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Tuesday will see highs drop back to the low 80s but showers and thunderstorms could pop up throughout the day.

Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 63.

More than two million Americans living in at least seven states in the Plains and Midwest face the threat of severe weather on Monday and Tuesday.

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