Flash flood watches have been issued for parts of Illinois and Indiana this morning because of slow-moving thunderstorms.
Severe weather also is expected in northeast Kansas, northern Missouri and southern Iowa, the third straight day for many of these areas. Damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes are possible from Texas all the way up through northern Illinois.
Parts of the Northeast may see some scattered thunderstorms as a corridor develops stretching from eastern Michigan to upstate New York. Damaging winds and large hail are possible in this region later in the day.
The entire storm system probably will weaken tomorrow, with severe threats more isolated. Today probably will be the last day of the severe-weather outbreak.