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Chicago First Weather Alert: Extreme heat could bring severe storms


CHICAGO (SCS) — Sunday evening will be cooler than normal since a cold front moved in and opened up cool winds from the lake. This front will lift northward on Monday as a warm front and open the door to extreme heat.

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Severe storms are expected to form over Nebraska and South Dakota overnight. They will hold together and move east/southeast across the upper Midwest on Monday. The trail remains uncertain for the Chicago area Monday afternoon. Some models maintain the storm threat in Wisconsin, while others target northern Illinois.

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Chicago will have warm air from the south during the day Monday. The question remains: how far north will the heat travel?

A heat advisory is in place for areas south of I-80 beginning at noon Monday through Wednesday, and there will be a heat advisory for all areas beginning at noon Tuesday through Wednesday.

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Provide:
SUNDAY NIGHT: PARTLY CLOUDY. DOWN 59.
MONDAY: POSSIBLE THREAT OF STORM IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH 79 NEAR WISCONSIN… HIGH 89 INLAND.
TUESDAY: EXTREME HEAT. HIGH 97. THREE DIGIT HEAT INDEX.

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