Thunderstorms to Hit I-39 on Monday: Prepare for a Stormy Start to the Week

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Chicago, IL – The last day of May will be warm and sunny, but significant weather changes are on the horizon for the Midwest. Monday is expected to bring thunderstorms along I-39, with breezy and more humid conditions marking the start of the new week.

According to the National Weather Service, the highest coverage of thunderstorms will occur in the morning near I-39, with scattered thunderstorms possible in the evening. The weather system moving through the region is expected to bring heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and potentially localized flooding along the I-39 corridor. Motorists are advised to exercise caution and stay updated on weather alerts.

Saturday will see a shift to cooler and showery conditions, particularly south of I-80, with a 60-80% chance of rain and thunderstorms. The coolest temperatures will be along the Illinois shoreline, ranging from 63-71°F. Sunday will bring a reprieve with dry and seasonable weather, featuring partly cloudy skies and temperatures between 68-81°F, providing a brief window of calm before Monday’s stormy weather.

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