Thunderstorms to hit Chicago Tuesday afternoon with possible hail and damaging winds
The storms will move into the Chicago area from the northwest around 3 p.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Thunderstorms will roll through the Chicago area Tuesday afternoon, bringing the potential for damaging hail and winds.
The storms will hit from the northwest around 3 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
Between a quarter- and half-inch of rain could fall by the evening. The chance of precipitation in Chicago is forecast at 60%.
The strongest winds, between noon and 6 p.m., could gust at 40 mph, the weather service said. There is also a limited risk of half-dollar-size hail.
The high temperature Tuesday may rise to 87 degrees, but forecasters warned swimmers and boaters to avoid Lake Michigan. Life-threatening waves could rise to 3 or 5 feet.
UConn doled out another drama-free drubbing Saturday, getting 21 points and 10 rebounds from Adama Sanogo to dispatch Miami 72-59 and move one win from the school’s fifth national title.
Toews earned an assist in 14 minutes of ice time in the Hawks’ 6-3 defeat, but the fact he played at all was the notable part Saturday.
After allowing five goals in their last two games, the Fire earned their first shutout of 2023.
Data from the Illinois Board of Higher Education show Chicago State faculty to be amongst the lowest-paid public university professors in the state.