By Mary Kay Kleist

CHICAGO (CBS) — Torrential rains lingered over our the far southwestern part of the greater Chicago area Monday night.

A Flash Flood Warning has been called until 1:30 a.m. along the LaSalle/Grundy County line border due to a stalled cell. Localized flooding is likely in that area.

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Watches And Warnings: 07.12.21

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Otherwise, scattered storms have held together Monday evening.

The low for Monday night is 67.

It will be murky on Tuesday morning as our upper-level system drags overhead. Patchy drizzle and fog likely, with a few scattered showers to start the day.

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There is a thunder chance by early afternoon. But once the low-pressure system departs, winds become west/northwest by later in the afternoon, pulling in drier air.

Highs Tomorrow: 07.12.21

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The high for Tuesday is 82.

Next 2 Days: 07.12.21

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On Wednesday, it will be mostly sunny and warmer with a high of 87.

Mary Kay Kleist