CHICAGO (CBS) — Isolated strong thunderstorms and heavy downpours will persist Monday evening.
It will be muggy overnight with a low of 70.READ MORE: Woman Pistol-Whipped On CTA Blue Line Train In Bucktown
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A strong storm moving through Algonquin is tracking northeast at 30mph. Torrential rain and wind gusts to 45mph. @cbschicago KLOT – Super-Res Reflectivity Tilt 1 8:09 PM CDT #ilwx #wiwx pic.twitter.com/qTbZK4PzZR
— Mary Kay Kleist (@MaryKayKleist) June 29, 2021
It will still be unsettled Tuesday with passing showers and storms. The Storm Prediction Center gives us a “marginal” risk for severe storms.
Torrential downpours are likely with any storms that form. There is also the threat that damaging winds could accompany the strongest cells.
We’re stuck in this pattern through midweek. Then finally Thursday a front will cross our area and pull drier air our way in time for the holiday weekend.MORE NEWS: Board President Toni Preckwinkle Marks 11,000 COVID Death In Cook County
The high for Tuesday is 83 with warm and humid conditions in addition to the storms. The high for Wednesday is 82.