Villapark Illinois Weather
Severe storms that hit Iowa early Monday are moving toward the Chicago area, triggering a slew of warnings and warnings as dangerous winds and torrential downpours threaten the region. The National Weather Service has confirmed that dozens of tornadoes touched down in Iowa during a rare storm known as the Derecho. A National Weather Service official said he had found a total of 15 tornadoes hitting Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin on Monday morning.
To meet the criteria for derecho, a weather event must have a trajectory of about 250 miles and trigger a tornado. A tornado hit Newton County, Indiana, near Kentland, and another southeast of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. The NWS said an EF-1 would touch down with wind speeds of 90 km / h and travel 3.75 miles across the state line in Kenosha County, Wisconsin.
The National Weather Service said the warning also included a severe thunderstorm warning that remained in effect until 3: 45 p.m. in Livingston County. A warning covering McHenry, Kane, Kendall and Grundy counties expired at 4: 30 p.m., while the warning in Livingston County lasted until about 3: 45 p.m. A US Department of Homeland Security press release said a "severe thunderstorm warning" would remain in effect until 5.15pm.
The warning said northwestern Will County and DuPage County were affected by a tornado warning in effect until 3: 45 p.m. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for parts of Lake, McHenry, Kane, Kendall and Grundy counties. A confirmed touchdown has now been reported by the NWS, and it has been confirmed that it is moving from east to west at a speed of about 50 miles per hour and gusts of up to 60 miles per hour in Oak Forest, IL. The warning will remain in effect until 4am.
As the derecho roared east, 12 more tornadoes touched down in northern Illinois, including one in Oak Forest, IL, and two in Lake, McHenry and Kane County.
The first was an EF-1 tornado that touched down in Oak Forest, IL, south of the city of Oak Park, according to the NWS. The NWS said the tornado, which began at 3: 12 p.m., touched down near the intersection of Interstate 70 and Interstate 80, about 30 miles east of Lake Park, Illinois, and about 10 miles west of Chicago, Illinois. Two other tornadoes, one in McHenry County and the other in Kane County, each touched down about 20 miles north of Elgin in the town of LaGrange, N.I., the NWS said. An EF 1 tornado hit about 15 miles southeast of Urbana in Lake County, and two others near Lake and Kane counties, both about 40 miles south, the E.R.A.N.T.E.D.S. tornado hit land about 5: 30 a.m. P.,
The weather service said the tornado touched down near the intersection of Interstate 70 and Interstate 80, about 30 miles east of Lake Park, Illinois, and about 10 miles west of Chicago, Illinois, and was moving east to west around 5: 30 a.m.
The storm line was about 30 miles east of Lake Park and about 10 miles west of Chicago, Illinois. Continued wind speeds of up to 70 miles per hour were expected, and if the wind gusts do not get higher and persist for long periods during the storm, sustained wind speeds of 70 miles per hour are possible.
The weather in the Villenpark is much too cold at this time of year to be pleasantly warm for travelers. Given the humidity, the temperature feels cold for half the year, with the chance of rain and snow. On December 17th, when the fresh powder is deep, there is often enough snow for skiing, but not enough in the winter months.
Skies are in the mid to late 60s, with highs of 35 degrees and lows of 20 degrees. The sky will be covered with the possibility of rain at the end of the day on December 17.
The cloud cover is linear and lies at 10% with clear skies and at 30% with cloudy skies with a slight chance of rain.
The precipitation value, which is based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the given hour, falls linearly and amounts to 10% precipitation. The cloud cover is covered and the area is covered, and rain and snow fall on the same day. Rainfall is calculated by taking into account snowfall accumulated over a period of 31 days around the day of the year. In the filled - in area, different types of precipitation are observed every day, without any traces of it.
Measured by the tourist score, the best time of the year is for a visit to Villa Park in terms of the number of visitors from the United States and Canada from mid-June to mid-September.
Chicagoland residents won't forget that record - snowfall and low temperatures in January and February 2010. December, January and February usually bring the most snow and rain in Chicago, with large amounts of snow in February particularly close to the start of February. Weather stations reported that there was an average of 1.5 inches (4.2 inches) of rain at the end of April. The park had a record 2.7 inches of rain in March, 2 inches in April and 3 inches from mid-April to the end of May.