Second night of storms cause damage, flooding in Chicagoland

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For the second night in a row, strong storms moved through Illinois and Wisconsin prompting thunderstorm warning and watches throughout Chicagoland.

The storms produced hail, strong winds and intense rainfall.

Flooding warnings and watches were also issued.

Showers and thunderstorms were expected to linger through the night, with a chance of more thunderstorms Tuesday morning. There’s a slight chance of showers Tuesday afternoon, as the highs reach the mid-60s.

Wednesday, it’s expected to cool off, with highs in the mid-50s away from the lake, but only in the upper 40s near Lake Michigan.


Updates at Chicago Weather Center

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