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Chicago’s headed for its warmest weekend in a month and one of the 3 warmest since July 1-2
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August 2018—typically Chicago’s 2nd warmest month of the year—opens Wednesday on a warm note; heat and surging humidities hit this weekend; July’s paltry rains reflected in many skimpy Midwest monthly precipitation tallies
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Surging temps and humidities to lend this Labor Day weekend a “tropical feel”: the combo is to fuel t-storms in distinct clusters; rain-free hours expected between; highest storm concentrations/ ”marginal” severe weather risk: Saturday into Saturday night
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Florence’s winds are easing, but its torrential downpours are not; serious flooding to worsen as “catastrophic” rains continue drenching North Carolina; slowdown in U.S. weather movement keeping Chicago warm—humidities due to take off Sunday
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