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CHICAGO (CBS) — National Weather Service survey teams are still evaluating the two main areas where tornadoes caused damage late Sunday night – Naperville, Woodridge, Darien, and Burr Ridge, and northwest of Addison and near Downers Grove.
There may be other potential damage areas that they will consider as time allows.
Meantime, we’re looking at a small window of opportunity for showers around daybreak Wednesday.
Hopefully, the ridge of high pressure will hold enough dry air in place to keep rain chances to a minimum and give people a chance for more dry hours to clean up.
For Monday night, it will be fair and cooler with a low of 55. On Tuesday, it will be partly sunny with a high of 76.
On Wednesday, look for those stray morning showers and then partly cloudy conditions with a high of 80.
The best chance for shower and thunderstorm activity arrives late week as low-pressure merges with a front across the plains and heads our way Thursday afternoon.
Rain will likely linger through Friday with a 50 percent chance of showers and storms in the forecast.
Source: CBS Chicago