It ended up looking good enough for me to head west to Dixon, IL late in the morning. The warm front/triple point area looked like the main play across NW/NC. Illinois. The environment in place was featuring decent instability, good moisture and great shear, plus there was much more clearing then expected as well. I got out to Dixon during the early afternoon and was sitting there for a bit, when clouds and rain redeveloped over a large area and streamed back northeast across W. IL and further north, killing any potential threat. After sitting in Dixon for several hours watching all of this evolve, I decided to call it a chase and head home. Upon arriving home a line of t'storm did developed across Central Illinois, within the rain and cloud debris that had moved it...but no severe t'storms occurred.