UpdateApril 14th, 2012 at 6:53 am by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Clusters of rain & t’storms are working northeastward from the Plains to Ohio Valley. Additional showers & t’storms will continue to form in the breaks in Illinois & Indiana, as they have in Ohio & southern Michigan, over the next few hours.
Models suggest the that the most-widespread rainfall in the viewing area (with some t’storms) will be near 10 a.m.
This wave of rain still looks like it may begin to slowly exit midday. A 2-3 hour break is possible in the afternoon, followed by a second wave of showers & t’storms by late afternoon & evening.
It will tend to dry out tonight.