Severe Weather Could Threaten Portions of Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa with Large Hail Next Week

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Central Illinois – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a severe weather outlook for central and southeast Illinois, Indiana, and parts of Iowa next week. The risk is particularly high on Tuesday, with severe weather anticipated during the afternoon and evening hours.

According to the NWS in Lincoln, Illinois, large hail is expected in the morning, while all severe hazards are predicted to develop later in the day. This includes the potential for damaging winds, tornadoes, and heavy rainfall. The NWS has indicated an increasing confidence in the threat level, though exact locations may shift with updated forecasts.

Residents are advised to stay informed on the latest weather updates and to prepare for possible severe conditions.

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