Tornado in Chicago — multiple views …
Tornado warning siren on September 22, 2006.
Tornado that formed over Lake Michigan on Chicago’s northside (also near Rogers Park) at around 6:05 on Friday, September 22, 2006.
Tornado passing Loyola University showing rotation and effect on water surface in Lake Michigan.
More from Loyola University tornado from videographer above.
Another video of Loyola University tornado while overlooking Sheridan Road.
A supercell thunderstorm formed in Batavia, Illinois, tracked across Wheaton, I-355, Elk Grove Village (about 5:22 p.m.), directly over O’Hare International Airport (about 5:30 p.m.), the Tri-State (during the evening rush hour) and eventually spawned a tornado that touched down on the Loyola University Sheridan Campus near Rogers Park (about 6:05 p.m.) and proceeded as a waterspout and touched down on Lake Michigan’s water surface.
Radar sequence from 3:24 p.m. CDT to 6:19 p.m. CDT shows storm tracking northeast (SOURCE: wunderground.com).
Lightning in Elk Grove Village was severe with large cloud-to-ground bolts with persistent repetitive strikes. The rain from the supercell thunderstorm brought zero visibility and hail, and traffic came to a halt. No reported injuries from this storm.
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