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June 2022 General Discussion


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As mentioned in an earlier post... with only 0.31" of rain, the June 16-30 period was the driest for Chicago since 2005. 

Some may recall that Illinois was in a pretty good drought in 2005.  The dry pattern continued in July and probably contributed to the high of 102 at ORD on 7/24.  Besides 2012, this is the only other year in the 21st century to produce an official triple digit high for Chicago.

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I managed to get through the entire month of June without a single t-storm or clap of thunder.

Yesterday and today's temp trend will set the perfect indoor conditions; the temp started falling faster than usual at dusk but then leveled off at a nice 22C all of overnight, 3rd warmest overnight period. It got to its lowest once the pesky rain started at 8:30 am. No storms forecast for the rest of the day, I'm not complaining.

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Final high temps for today across the area...

95 MDW

94 ORD

95 RFD

97 Ex-Home


Also should mention that MDW somehow hit 90 yesterday.


90°+ day tally for the year...

17 - MDW
16 - RFD
14 - Ex-Home
12 - Current Home
10 - ORD

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Woodstock Illinois


The National Weather Service in Chicago has issued a

* Tornado Warning for...
  Central McHenry County in northeastern Illinois...

* Until 645 PM CDT.
* At 556 PM CDT, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado
  was located near Woodstock, moving east at 10 mph.


  SOURCE...Radar indicated rotation.


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