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Efren Huerta 4h
Here are the current temps for the Northern Illinois region as of 7:38 PM CDT Saturday. It has cooled down from 92 into the upper 70's as a strong line of showers and thunderstorms has moved through the region over the past 2 hours or so
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Stateline Weather Scanner 6h
Good news stateline, we’re all clear with regards to severe weather.
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Barry Butler Jul 17
Wednesday's Calm Start with a Full Moon Setting over the Chicago Skyline.
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TransitWeather 7h
July 20 2019 - after the first group of storms came thru the rockford area this afternoon! -Rich
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Joliet Weather Center 5h
Brief video of outflow boundary moving through the Joliet Area about 5:45pm this evening bringing with it a push of cooler air (temperature drop) and strong gusty winds.
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Gerardo 🏳️‍🌈 7h
A better look at how dramatic this outflow boundary is.
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Lauren Rainson 2h
I’m tracking a cluster of strong storms to the west Saturday night. Join me coming up on at 10.
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Bill Snyder 12h
What a difference 6 months makes......."REAL FEEL" temperatures Friday afternoon were in some cases more than 160° warmer than back in the dreaded Polar Vortex. Give me the heat any day over the brutal cold.
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Weather Crew 7h
Small hail and wind gusts to over 50mph possible with storms moving east/southeast.
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Bill Anderson 4h
Storms approaching Peoria from the West. They're a ways off, but the shade has taken the edge off the heat.
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TransitWeather 7h
July 20 2019 - dust being blown up west of marengo il from the strong outflow winds... saw 3 seperate areas but due to corn got only 1 area on photo.
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Dave DiVenere 7h
You can see the outflow ahead of these storms on the radar.
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NWS Chicago 19h
The heat continues today & the air remains about as humid as it can be. Ensure heat preparedness is demonstrated by you & your family. There are chances for storms this afternoon, especially in far northern Illinois, with chances increasing area wide through tonight.
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Bob Waszak 8h
325pm: Heat Index Values range from 105 to 112 across Northern Illinois. Midway at this moment is sitting at 97 while O'Hare is at 95. Both are the hottest temps recorded so far in 2019.
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Weather Crew 9h
Severe thunderstorms are tracking east toward Chicagoland through nw Illinois. Damaging winds and large hail will be a threat as these move in over the next one to two hours.
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NWS Chicago 4h
Here are the highest heat indices and temperatures for Saturday, July 20th.
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WeatherInfo365 6h
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of Illinois until 9 PM CDT
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NWS Chicago 20h
For yesterday, July 19, Chicago broke their daily record high minimum temperature for the date. The low was only 81°, topping the old record of 78° set in 2011. This was also the warmest Chicago had been for a minimum temperature on any date since July 23, 2012.
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WeatherInfo365 7h
Severe storms North of producing winds up to 60mph, Lightning, Thunder and Heavy Rainfall.
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NWS Chicago Jul 19
Highest Observed Heat Indices/Temps for July 19, 2019.
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