CHICAGO (CBS) — Torrential rains lingered over our the far southwestern a part of the higher Chicago space Monday night time.
A Flash Flood Warning has been known as till 1:30 a.m. alongside the LaSalle/Grundy County line border resulting from a stalled cell. Localized flooding is probably going in that space.
In any other case, scattered storms have held collectively Monday night.
The low for Monday night time is 67.
It will likely be murky on Tuesday morning as our upper-level system drags overhead. Patchy drizzle and fog possible, with just a few scattered showers to begin the day.
There’s a thunder likelihood by early afternoon. However as soon as the low-pressure system departs, winds change into west/northwest by later within the afternoon, pulling in drier air.
The excessive for Tuesday is 82.
On Wednesday, it is going to be largely sunny and hotter with a excessive of 87.