It is just spotty showers/storms from here on out this evening. What is left of the broken line is now moving into Fulton & Cass Carroll counties.
These hit or miss showers/storms will be with us into the evening, before diminishing.
What is left of this broken line produced a very brief downpour at the station with a gust to 28 mph.
Now, sun & cumulus behind it area leading to nice conditions! However, additional spotty showers/storms are in Illinois & will pass this evening with 30-35% coverage.
As for the broken line, with the eastern Indiana/western Ohio line becoming the main one, this one is a mere line of scattered showers/t’storms & not gusty or severe.
Line is weakening quite a bit in air stablized by rain, also, new storms are firing & consolidating into a line slowly along I-69 east of the viewing area. That is becoming the main line.
Here, gusty line of showers/t’showers will continue to work through Jasper, Pulaski, White, Tippecanoe counties with some gusts to 35 mph.
Fowler measured a gust to 38 mph.
Danville, Illinois gusted to 43 mph when this line went through. Pine Village measured gust to 43 mph, as well. Private weather station west of Pence, has sustained winds of 35 mph briefly.
Looks like Morocco just gusted to 41 mph, as did Kankakee & Kentland.
Severe T’Storm Watch for Miami/Howard/Tipton goes until 10 p.m., but watch for them will be dropped before then. The much deeper, most intense convection will be east of here.
Our line is shallow & pretty low-topped with not much lightning at all, but it is still gusty, nonetheless with isolated severe threat.
We will watch. I am highly-doubtful of any strengthening, given stablizing effects of showers in front of it.
Gusts of 40-50 mph are possible in places as this line of storms moves through our western half over the next hour.
Severe T’Storm Watch Miami, Howard & Tipton counties & eastward where it is more unstable with sunshine.
Behind the line, sun/cumulus & spotty showers/t’storms are possible.
A line of rather low-topped convection is approaching the state line with generally gusts of 35-45 mph with it. Gusts to near 50 mph are possible between Danville & Bismarck, Illinois.
Few scattered embedded severe storms are possible at any point. Main threat is wind. Isolated brief EFo-EF1 tornado is possible. Hail threat is low. Parameters show max size of 0.50″.