Association from Monday to Tuesday

  • Heavy snow north and west of low stress heart observe;
  • Extreme storms/heavy rain south and east of low stress heart observe.
  • Low stress strikes NE out of the Texas Panhandle and deepens because it strikes throughout Iowa Tuesday into Lake Huron Wednesday – robust southerly winds will pull heat moisture-laden air up the Mississippi River Valley into components of the Midwest, Decrease Ohio River Valley.
  • Extreme storms will develop Monday-Monday night time over components of TX, LA, AK, OK, TN, MS – transferring east later Tuesday into Wednesday.
  • A band of heavy snow will lie from Colorado / Wyoming (1 to three toes at greater elevations) and anyplace from 6 to 12 inches from Nebraska and South Dakota into Minnesota – Ice storm probably NW Iowa into southern Minnesota.
  • Heavy rains overlay the extreme storm outlook space in Kentucky and the decrease Ohio River Valley – the sunshine inexperienced shaded space depicts a normal space of ​​broadly scattered t-storms and 0.5 to 1.5 inches of rainfall.
  • Chicago can count on just a few storms with reasonable to regionally heavy rains – rainfall totals 0.5 inches north to 1.5 inches south Monday night time.

Warmth and rain on faucet for Chicago

CHICAGO SUPPLY:

  • Robust 120 mph SW jet aloft to our west transferring slowly east
  • A robust SW low stage jet transferring simply east of our space
  • Cool air spreading over Rockies/northern Plains
  • A chilly entrance will transfer via Chicago later Tuesday, preceded by record-warm air and adopted by colder air/snow showers later Wednesday/Thursday.
  • Chicago in a “heat Sector” of a low stress system –
  • A low stress heart in japanese Iowa with a heat entrance throughout southern Wisconsin/Decrease Michigan and a chilly entrance alongside and west of the Mississippi River Valley.
  • Heat/delicate moist air is blowing north from the Gulf of Mexico
  • A file excessive 60s forecast for northern Illinois
  • Snow/chilly to our north and west
  • Warmth/Extreme storms/heaviest rains far south