After a severe thunderstorm warning passed on Sunday morning, the National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for additional storms that could reach the region later in the day.
NWS officials said the risk remains for additional severe storms Sunday afternoon and evening, with damaging wind being the main risk.
“Damaging wind gusts are the primary threat, but large hail is also possible, as is an isolated tornado,” NWS officials said in the statement posted to Weather.gov.
The southern end of a sizable storm system continued moving east, stretching from Toronto to Springfield, Ill. Radar projections show it losing steam as it continues into Ohio and Pennsylvania. NWS officials said there is a 50-80% chance of additional thunderstorms, and rain features in the forecast through most of the coming week.