Severe weather moved through the Chicago area Wednesday night.
Update: T-Storm Warning for Du Page cnty. At 6:30PM, radar is indicating little/no hail with this storm. Winds 45mph. Plenty of heavy rain.—
Mike Hamernik (@MikeHamernik) June 18, 2014
New Weather Alert: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 8 pm for Kendall County, DuPage County, Kane County.
At 7:05PM, radar indicated a severe thunderstorm with winds in the 60 to
70mph range heading east-southeast toward Aurora and Naperville. Stay
indoors and away from windows.
53mph wind gust measured at 7:07PM in Sugar Grove, just west of Aurora.—
Mike Hamernik (@MikeHamernik) June 19, 2014
A new Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 8:30pm for Cook County, Kendall County, Grundy County.
From the Chicago Weather Center: Severe thunderstorms packing large hail, strong winds and torrential downpours continue to move southeast through the south portions of the Chicago Metro area.
Severe thunderstorm warnings continue through 8:30pm for portions of southern Cook and Will counties.
From the Chicago Weather Center: As of 8:40 pm all severe thunderstorm warnings have expired.
thunderstorms continue to move southeast from eastern portions of Will
and Kankakee counties into northwest Indiana across southern Lake Newton
and Jasper counties. These storms are still capable of producing hail,
gusty winds and heavy rain.