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Excessive heat warnings downstate; 100 to 110-degree heat indices; air quality declining in Chicago; building warmth/humidity threatening new t-storms/possible flood threat
Posted 12:23 AM, July 19, 2017, by
WGN Weather Team
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Heat Advisory in effect for most of northeast Illinois into northwest Indiana Monday
A heat hiatus amid lower humidities—NO 90s in the coming week; resurging tropical moisture to fuel late week t-storms; Chicago weather history’s clear: the heat will be back
Heat continues, strong threat of severe t-storms with excessive rainfall later
Dangerous heat ahead for the weekend
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Canadian high pressure riding northwest upper winds into the area and delivering cooler, less humid weather; July’s lackluster rain makes it Chicago’s driest in 4 decades; punishing heat continues in Southwest—nights only managing 90-degree lows
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