CHICAGO (CBS) — Storms are forming quickly south of I-80.
According to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist, some could be strong or severe through sunset with one inch hail possible.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Frost Advisory Along And North Of I-88
Huge temperature contrast on either side of the front.
Dreary, cold wind off the lake into the city with temps in the 40s and low to mid 70s well south of the front.READ MORE: Plan For High-Rise Development Has Some Oak Park Residents Fired Up
This front will be the focus for storm activity through sunset. Hail being the main threat with the strongest cells.
— Mary Kay Kleist (@MaryKayKleist) April 28, 2021MORE NEWS: ONLY ON 2: Mother Speaks After 7-Year-Old Griffith, Indiana Boy Was Run Over By Car; He Remains Hospitalized