As the sky was gray and the morning became an afternoon Thursday, the heavy thunder zones covered Chicago, including the southern Cook County, because forecasters warned that the next Wednesday should be planned
. On Thursday afternoon, the tornado was moving around the west and southwest of the city. At the end of the big thunderstorms that led to the exit of the zone, warning hurts for a severe storm, as well as a strong thunderstorm, which was applied until 18:00, were allowed to end.
In Sandwich at about 12:30. a funnel cloud appeared, but the funnel started before touching the ground, said Sandwich police chief James Bianchi
"We've heard nothing from Somonauk, but the lake vacation and Sandwich had very little damage," he said. "Nothing has been reported about small tree limbs that have fallen, or leaf blowing."
"We're doing good."
Near Plainfield area was directed to 1
Although the rain is predicted for every day of the week, Chicago should break off the rain and storm the rest of Thursday afternoon, said Kevin Donofry, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
On Thursday evening, including strong winds and hail, rain and thunder returned, he said.
After a break in weather conditions, "expecting early and mid-evening" showers and thunderstorms through North Illinois and Northeast Illinois are expected.
It was expected that storms would move through the southeast during the night, still" scattered by huge hail and wind threats, " By Weather Service.
“Another thing we really have to look at is some cases, small pockets with more than one inch of rain, and some river levels are still high. The Fox River Algonquine still has floods, ”said Amy Seeley, weather, weather.
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Thursday's storm opens a few days when the threat of spring is threatened. There will be a small thunderstorm every Monday from Monday. The weather service warns on Tuesday that there will be an increase in the risk of thunder the next day and the risk of thunder remains on Wednesday
In the afternoon, the thunderstorms can cause lightning and wind at such a strong spot as 60 mph. When the wind speed reaches 60 mph, large limbs can hack trees, shallow trees can fall to the ground, and shingles can fly off the roofs.
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Thursday's storm opens a few days when the threat of spring is threatened. There will be a small thunderstorm every Monday from Monday. Weather service warns on Tuesday that next day there will be an increased risk of thunder, and Wednesday is still in danger of thunder
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" There is a chance of rain Friday, Saturday and Sunday, "said Seeley. "There should be a wet weekend."
Seeley said that the constant rain threat on Friday will lead to a wide temperature distribution across the region. For example, in Waukegan and elsewhere in the north and near the lake, temperatures may be on Friday in the 1940s. For example, in the south of Ford County, she can get pace in the 70s or even 80s, she said.
Check Tribune weather page to update predictions.
Beacon-News Megan Jones Contributed.
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