Widespread storms moved through Indiana overnight. The lightning put on quite a show and many reported waking up to the sound of thunder at their windows. The severe threat is now over and we'll just be left with a few spotty showers as that low slides east.
Most of the storm reports overnight came out of Illinois and that is where we definitely saw the heaviest rain along with reports of flooded roads and damaged power lines. The National Weather Service did confirm a tornado near Springfield, Illinois.
Tuesday's severe threat through slides south and east.
Low pressure is sliding east and that will offer us a few more spotty showers over the rest of our Tuesday but nothing strong or widespread is expected.
No more severe weather anticipated but a few light showers on and off throughout the day, so take along an umbrella today.
A brief, passing storm is possible on Wednesday but nothing widespread is anticipated.
Should be dry Thursday and Friday but more storms are expected this weekend.