There looks to be a decent amount of dry time during the day on Tuesday morning and Tuesday afternoon. There is a slight rain chance by 3PM hear HWY 24, while heavy rain will hold off until Tuesday night. Newest forecast model data suggests rain increasing late Tuesday night, mainly after 8PM. Heavy rain will increase near HWY 65 by 8PM-10PM Tuesday night. There is a Marginal Risk for severe weather on Tuesday night south of I-70 where the strongest storms could produce hail up to the size of quarters and winds up to 60 mph. Heavy rain and storms will be possible overnight through Wednesday morning. The rain chance looks to taper off from 3AM-5AM south of I-70, and likely will continue 10AM-12PM for those north of I-70.
On Wednesday afternoon additional showers will develop east of US 63. There does not appear to much instability during the day, and given rain in the morning, the threat for severe weather looks low at this time on Wednesday. Rain amounts from Tuesday night through Wednesday morning will range from 1.0″ to 1.5″ west of US 63 to 0.75″ to 1″ east.
Cooler air will arrive by Thursday night, where the potential for frost looks possible. Any sensitive vegetation blossoming will have the potential to be damaged if not covered. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.