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The low for Sunday night is 70.
A disturbance lifts north across the area late Sunday night and Monday morning, resulting in widely scattered showers and thunderstorms. Monday’s temperatures will drop to near seasonal values, but humidity will be on the rise.
Late Monday night and Tuesday morning, a cold front will sweep past the area triggering gusty storms and a few downpours.
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There is a Marginal Risk severe weather for far western DeKalb and LaSalle counties on Monday night. This is level one of five – the lowest – and the threat is damaging winds from a line of storms but can’t rule out a brief QLCS tornado embedded in the line.
This Marginal Risk it could be shifted farther east by Monday. It’s worth watching.
The high for Monday is 80.
Much cooler fall-like air pours in behind this front for the start of fall on Wednesday.
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The high for Tuesday is 73, Wednesday just 68, and Thursday 67.