Severe thunderstorms might convey high winds and hail to portions of northern Illinois Wednesday evening.
Forecasters are monitoring the potential for extreme storms to develop over the Rockford space and the far northwest suburbs, based on the Nationwide Climate Service meteorologist Ricky Castro.
The scattered storms, which might type between 5 and 10 p.m., might produce winds up to 65 mph and hail as much as the dimensions of golf balls, the climate service stated in a hazardous climate outlook. There may be a limited menace of tornadoes.
The primary region in danger for severe weather is the world alongside a line between Dixon and Crystal Lake, based on the weather service.
If those storms don’t develop, there can be one other probability for extreme storms to type overnight and into Thursday morning south of I-80, Castro stated.
Chicago might also see some showers or thunderstorms and winds with gusts up to 25 mph Wednesday night, the weather service stated.
Temperatures throughout the area, which reached the 70s on Wednesday, are anticipated to drop into the low or mid-50s on Thursday, Castro stated. Some thunderstorm exercise might be potential Thursday morning before the rain shifts to the southeast by means of the afternoon.
Friday might be dry however cooler with highs within the mid-40s close to Lake Michigan and within the mid-50s additional inland, with winds up to 35 mph, Castro stated.
Issues ought to lookup in time for Easter weekend, with temperatures again into the 50s or 60s on Saturday and into the 60s or 70s on Sunday, in line with Castro.
“It ought to be primarily dry and partly cloudy skies, so it appears like a reasonably good Easter,” Castro stated.