CHICAGO (CBS) – Because of the risk of severe storms in the afternoon, mostly south of Chicago and the whole of northwestern Indiana to Michigan. The Storm Forecast Center at night raised the risk level to WEAK. Risks include destructive wind, hail and even an isolated tornado.
A Heavy thunderstorm was issued for Newton and Jasper counties in Indiana before 7 p.m.
Today will be a little colder, wind, rain in places and intermittent rains. The heat will be colder but will remain well above normal. In the afternoon in the north the rain will end. If we are lucky, we can see a glimpse of the sun before the end of the day. However, downpours and thunderstorms by Sunday evening in areas south and southeast of Chicago. There is a small chance of strong storms (WEAK) in this area.
The Storm Forecast Center slightly shifted serious storm threats to the east and reduced the tornado threat to its lowest level (2%).
Monday is mostly cloudy and cool. In fact, the temperature will be below normal all next week. From Tuesday night to Wednesday morning we will see dry conditions, possible frosts.
Normal high: 62
High on Saturday: 84
Sunrise: 05:57 AM
Today: in the north to noon rains and thunderstorms. Strong storms east of Chicago are possible this afternoon. Wind with a maximum of 72.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. 65.
Monday: Chaotic shower. Mostly cloudy, but much colder, 56.