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Atmosphere primed for severe weather/flooding downpours
Posted 11:42 PM, July 20, 2017, by
WGN Weather Team
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Atmosphere primed for severe weather outbreak Saturday
Atmosphere primed for a second day of severe weather
Clusters of downpour-generating storms to continue on periphery of sizzling, muggy air mass; flooding/ severe weather concerns to remain elevated here into the weekend
Surge of heat to produce an explosively unstable atmosphere Wednesday and a late day/nighttime severe weather threat; humidity to ease modestly later this week; heat’s on next week
Heavy rain possible the next few days, flooding risk increases
Significant severe weather possible Saturday
Severe weather threatens what’s been third warmest June
Friday’s t-storms unleash hail, high winds and downpours; new disturbance threatens a second round Saturday night/early Sunday; Saturday’s pre-storm weather quiet/rain-free
Risk of severe storms/flood-producing downpours continues Thursday through Friday and Saturday
Year’s seventh 90° high and surging humidities produce a severe weather environment Thursday night; “Cindy” hits Gulf Coast with 60 mph gusts, 12 ft. seas and 6-12” rains
Midway tops 90° for a 10th time in 2017; humid air fuels scattered showers and t-storms Thursday—severe weather risk: Indiana/Michigan; humidities pull back for the weekend
PHOTOS: Severe thunderstorms, flooding in Chicago-area
Severe thunderstorm risk continues over the Chicago area today/tonight into Thursday
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