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Heavy rains end Thursday, but rivers continue to rise
Posted 11:50 PM, July 12, 2017, by
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Will it snow during today’s Chicago White Sox home opener?
Heaviest rains shifting east by mid-morning
Flooding possible as snow melts, heavy rain moves in; Flood Watch issued
Narrow band of freezing rain moves off to the east – area rivers remain at bankfull or in flood
Update: Winter Storm/heavy snow to our north and potential severe weather to our south Tuesday
Winter storm warning: 4-9 inches expected south of metro area
Our fastest warming month can feature wild weather swings
Low pressure moving over Chicago to produce winter storm/heavy snow to our north and potential severe weather to our south Tuesday
Chicagoans face cold, February-level temps running 15 to 20-degrees below early April norms into Tuesday; next week to feature the full range of finicky spring weather—from possible sticking snow early to late week 60s
Warmer weather pattern expected to dominate through the remainder of February; “warm sector” of powerful winter storm to deliver 60-degrees & rain/t-storms Mon/Tues
Late winter-like weather returns Thursday
Record warmth in the East—many all-time February highs set there —in stark contrast to the frigid air out West; striking disparity sets up active weather pattern here; new storm’s rains due here later Saturday
Records set and rain still has 8 hours or so to go – Winter Weather later tonight/Flood Warnings to continue
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