Really lightning and 75 mph wind expected Monday after storms drop Sacred Rose live concert

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Chicago and northeastern Illinois are supposed to see disastrous breezes and really lightning Monday.

Storms with “successive lightning” and wind blasts more noteworthy than 75 miles each hour could hit Chicago and other close by towns north of I-80 at some point between 2 p.m. also, 6 p.m., the National Weather Service said.

Meteorologists likewise anticipate “harming hail” close by a generally safe of blaze flooding as a virus front roll in from Iowa. Towns south of I-80 in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana could feel the possibly serious tempests between 4 p.m. furthermore, 9 p.m.

“A concise twister or two can’t be precluded,” the NWS composed.

Where the very most grounded tempests will hit was as yet dubious Monday morning, NWS meteorologist Zachary Yack told the Tribune.

“Continually screen climate today. This stuff can advance rapidly,” Yack said. Risky breeze blasts are supposed to finish off around 80 miles each hour, he added.

Before storms end in the late night, Chicago could consider temperatures to be high as 89 degrees, with night lows set during the 60s.

The harsh weather conditions follows comparable Sunday storms.

The Sacred Rose live performance in Bridgeview was stopped two times Sunday in light of the tempests. When lightning struck close by again on Sunday night, coordinators chose to cancel the remainder of the elective live concert.

“We did everything inside our control to push the music along given the rough climate, yet the security of the fans, craftsmen and group creating the occasion is of the greatest significance,” celebration coordinators composed on Twitter.

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