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Tag Archive | "NWS"

National Weather Service Recognizes Chicago NW Suburban Communities as StormReady; 8 New Recognitions Bring Total to 10

662 The National Weather Service recognized eight local communities with their StormReady Community designation at a presentation on January 16, 2020. StormReady is a program that recognizes communities that make a commitment to prepare for extreme weather events through advanced planning, education and awareness activities. Representatives of the National Weather Service presented staff from the […]

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Chicago NWS Office Confirms Tornado in Beach Park and Waukegan About 6:40 PM Tuesday September 3, 2019

705 NO TORNADO WARNING ISSUED; IT CAN HAPPEN WITH A SMALL TORNADO A tornado was suspected to be to blame for major damage to some Waukegan businesses Tuesday night. CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist and Charlie De Mar report. The National Weather Service confirmed Wednesday that a tornado measuring EF-0 to EF-1 touched down in […]

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HIGH WIND WARNING: Winds Peak 8AM – 10AM; 50 MPH+ Gusts Until 4PM; Temperature Drop to 12°F by Midnight Sunday/Monday

63 Gusts of 60 MPH from the west have been observed in the area associated with a low 987 mb (29.15 in) that was in the Wisconsin Door Peninsula area at 3:00 a.m. and forecast to track northeast to the Sault Ste. Marie area about 2:00 p.m. CT. The peak period of high gusts are […]

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Partial Failure on NWS Chicago Weather Website: No Info for O’Hare

55 The National Weather Service office in Chicago experienced a partial outage on the official website Sunday April 15, 2018 morning. The National Weather Service Office Chicago responded promptly to a report of the problem Sunday morning, and stated they were looking into the problem. The Click Map for Forecast is broken, as any click […]

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Record Low for High Temperature Broken for January 1 on Monday January 1, 2018

34 While Chicagoland was hit with -10 to -20-degree temperatures and -35 to -40-degree wind chills, the regular daily warm up to the high temperature for the day was the record breaker. The official afternoon high temperature at O’Hare was only 1°F, which is the coldest high temperature recorded for a January 1 in Chicago […]

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Fast-Moving Hurricane Nate with 90 MPH Threatens Louisiana, Mississippi with Storm Surge, High Winds

46 Landfall for Hurricane Nate is expected about 11:00 p.m. At 4 PM CDT, Hurricane Nate is moving toward the north-northwest about 23 mph as a strong Category 1 hurricane with 90 mph winds, and is expected to pass over portions of Lower Plaquemine Parish in the next few hours. Hurricane Nate is then expected […]

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Tuesday Sept. 26 2017 Marked the 7th Consecutive Record High Temperature in Chicago

42 September 2017 marks the only occurrence on record for Chicago of a seven-day period of consecutive 90°F-plus days entirely within September. The first record high day was Wednesday, September 20, 2017. The record warmth continued every day through Tuesday September 26, 2017. The temperatures were about 20 degrees above normal, ranging from 92°F to […]

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Monitor Local Weather Alerts and Radar Images During Hurricane Irma Strike on Florida

39 The Cardinal has created a page for monitoring local weather during Hurricane Irma in Florida by monitoring the TWEETS from National Weather Service offices in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. NWS Office tweets are placed above the ad, and NWS Tornado Alert tweets are placed below the ad on the page. The content is […]

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Shelf Cloud and Lightning Image Mimics Mesocyclone and Tornado

30 At first glance, this photo by Clint Elko in El Paso, Illinois on May 28, 2016 might look like a mesocyclone, wall cloud and tornado dropping down to the road. However, it is actually a shelf cloud with the aftermath of a cloud-to-ground lightning strike. A shelf cloud or arcus cloud is a low, […]

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Tornado Warning Test Didn’t Show Test; Scared Some People

79 About 10:00 a.m. Tuesday — about the same time as the “first Tuesday of the month” test of the tornado sirens, some TV viewers were frightened by an onscreen message that stated: “Tornado Warning.” The audio portion of the message announced a test, but the onscreen message did not mention a test. Comcast claims […]

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High Temperature Record Broken for Chicago for Sunday February 28 — Goes Back to 1895

26 MOBILE: chgowx.com PC: forecast.chicagoweatherstation.com Today’s high temperature is a record breaker at 62°F, breaking the previous record of 61°F going back to 1895. TODAY: A 30 percent chance of rain after 3pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 63 about 3 pm to 4 pm. Breezy, with a west southwest wind 20 to 25 […]

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Sonic Boom or Frost Quake Considered Possible Cause of Noise Heard in Southeast Wisconsin

28 The sudden near zero cold temperatures may have caused a “frost quake” in southeastern Wisconsin on Tuesday night, January 12th, 2016, according to the National Weather Service in Milwaukee. Some people reported hearing booms on Tuesday night. Frost Quakes can occur when moisture or water in soil freezes suddenly — resulting in an expansion […]

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