Thunderstorms in forecast for Tuesday night; then snow

Art by Agata Urbaniak via stock.xchng

Art by Agata Urbaniak via stock.xchng

Graphic by Agata Urbaniak

Graphic by Agata Urbaniak

There’s a 90 percent chance of thunderstorms Tuesday night, says the latest, local National Weather Service forecast.

And after those storms and rain are gone Wednesday, we could get some snow.

Western Kenosha County appears to be right on the edge of expected severe weather Tuesday night. I guess they have to draw the line somewhere, but virtually all of Illinois, including our neighbor to the south Lake County, is under a tornado watch until 10 p.m. Consider that if you were planning to head south.

The thunderstorms are possible until about 4 a.m., with rain expected to continue until about 11 a.m. Wednesday, when that may change to snow. Less than one inch of snow accumulation is expected.

A chance of rain/snow continues into Thursday, with chances of something falling from the sky increasing to about 50 percent as the day goes on.

Friday should be sunny and 32 before rain/snow returns for the weekend.


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