Scattered Showers and Storms Expected in Chicago on Sunday
Chicago residents should prepare for the possibility of scattered showers and storms returning on Sunday, according to CBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis.
While the day is expected to bring plenty of sunshine and temperatures near 80 degrees, there is a likelihood of storms rolling through the area, causing some disturbance overnight and into the next day.
Ellis advises keeping an eye on the weather conditions, as some storms may contain small hail, particularly in northwest Indiana.
Travelers should exercise caution in these areas as heavy rain and downpours could make transportation difficult for the next 30 minutes.
Additionally, there is a chance of further storm redevelopment around midnight, although the dissipation of daytime heating reduces the severity of the storms.
Overnight temperatures will remain in the 60s, and as morning approaches, the skies will clear out, leading to a sunny start to the day.
Midweek forecasts indicate mainly sunny to partly cloudy skies with temperatures in the upper 70s, potentially reaching the 80s for many individuals.
However, windy conditions near the lakefront may cause a slight cooling effect in those areas.
Overall, Sunday is expected to be a pleasant day with no rainfall, but as evening progresses, the radar will become more active, indicating the development of scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Monday is forecasted to be the rainiest day of the week, with showers and storms expected throughout the day.
Looking ahead, the midweek outlook appears fantastic, with clear skies and temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s.
While residents will have to endure the storms on Monday, they can anticipate favorable weather conditions afterward.
In conclusion, Chicago can expect scattered showers and storms on Sunday, followed by a rainy Monday, but a sunny and pleasant midweek ahead.
Stay tuned for further updates on the weather forecast.