Sunday, April 2, 2017

Tomorrow's Weather



Tomorrow is shaping up to be wet and dreary. Chicago-One has your National Weather Service, Accuweather and Doppler 7 Max Outlook for tomorrow!


Rain spreads across the region Monday morning and continues through
Monday night. Rainfall totals will be around one inch with
localized amounts between 1.25 and 1.5 inches.  Have lower
confidence in thunderstorm coverage. Forecast soundings feature
limited amounts of elevated CAPE mainly close to the low. Therefore
have a slight chance of storms along and south of I-80 through
Monday afternoon. As the low lifts northeast Monday evening, have a
slight chance of thunderstorms south of I-88 and across southern
Lake Michigan. Main threat from any thunderstorms will be increased
rainfall rates.


Cloud cover tomorrow morning with rain throughout the day and evening. We'll have a high of 50 with a real-feel of 42, The morning will start off between 42 and 47 degrees, with a real feel between 36 and 42 degrees. By 2PM tomorrow, we'll see the first of some of the heavier rain, then by 7PM, the rain really moves in and things get wetter from there. Below are your predicted cloud cover, temps, winds, precipitation, and overall sky forecast through early evening tomorrow.  



Due to the weather, roads will need to be negotiated carefully. CTA, Metra, and Amtrak may see some weather - related delays. Chicago-One will be following that for you throughout the day and evening. If you're flying tomorrow, you should check with your airline. The Chicago-One O'Hare Airport Travel Resources and Information Page will come in handy tomorrow! 

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