Showers and thunderstorms moving across northern Illinois into Southern Lake Michigan

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Update 11:20PM CDT…

Showers and thunderstorms will gradually end from the west after midnight. Record daily rainfall has been recorded at Rockford – 1.57-inches, supplants the old record of 1.55-inches on October 1, 1926. Libertyville in Lake County has received 1.60-inches so far, 1.31-inches of that total  in an hour.


Update 10 PM CDT…

As low pressure works its way east across northern Illinois, a wide band of associated showers and embedded thunderstorms will continue into the early morning hours. As of 10 PM CDT 1.05-inches of rain has fallen near Roscoe in Winnebago County,  Wonder Lake in McHenry County reports 1.19-inches, and Rockford has measured 1.22-inches so far this evening.


Showers and embedded thunderstorms are developing and moving east about 40 miles per hour across northern Illinois this Monday evening. A few of the strongest storms could have wind gusts to 45 miles per hour, and small hail in addition to brief heavy downpours and vivid lightning.

This band of showers/thunderstorms is associated with low pressure moving east out of Iowa, the warm front that extends east across northern Illinois and the cold front just now crossing the Mississippi River.

Check the Interactive Radar display on this site and the Regional Weather Radar mosaic below…

Central Great Lakes sector loop



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