CBS 2 Weather Watch 10 p.m. 9-13-19

CBS 2 Weather Watch 10 p.m. 9-13-19

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CHARGES IN MAY FOR PAYING TO HAVE HER DAUGHTER’S S.A.T. TEST ANSWERS CORRECTED. ON THE WEATHER WATCH, AFTER GETTING A LOOK AT THAT GORGEOUS FULL MOON, THOUGHTFUL HARVEST MOON FALLING ON FRIDAY THE 13th IS A BIT OF A RARITY, WON’T HAPPEN AGAIN UNTIL AUGUST 2049. ALL RIGHT, I WILL MARK MY CALENDAR. WE HOPE TO BE AROUND THEN, RIGHT? WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NIGHT. THE WINDS DIED DOWN, ALL OF THIS RAIN THAT WE HAD IS CAUSING PROBLEMS NEAR THE RIVERS, THE FOX RIVER, THE DES PLAINES RIVER, BUT NOW THAT ALL THE RAIN IS OVER, THE SKIES HAVE CLEARED OUT TO GIVE YOU THAT VIEW OF THE MOON. BUT RIVER FLOODING, THAT’S GOING TO BE AN ISSUE. THE FOX RIVER HAS A RISK FOR MODERATE FLOODING, ESPECIALLY IN THOSE UPPER SECTIONS. BUT IT’S THE DES PLAINES RIVER THAT IS EXPECTED TO HAVE MAJOR FLOODING LIKELY, AND THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE AS WE REACH INTO THE NORTHERN PARTS THEY ARE. AS WE LOOK AT THE DES PLAINES RIVER, RIGHT NOW IT’S AT 9.7, AND MAJOR FLOOD IS AT 11 FEET, AND WE EXPECT TO BE THERE BY EVENING TIME TOMORROW. THEN CONDITION START TO IMPROVE VERY SLOWLY AFTER THAT READ NOW THE RIVER AT LINCOLNSHIRE RIGHT NOW IS ALMOST AT 15 FEET, MAJOR FLOOD IS 15.5, AND WE DO EXPECT BY SUNDAY MORNING TO REACH 16 FEET. IT MAY STAY THERE FOR A FEW DAYS BEFORE GOING DOWN BY TUESDAY OR WEDNESDAY. LUCKILY WE ARE DRY GOING INTO TONIGHT, SUNNY TOMORROW, THERE’S A RAIN CHANCE INTO SUNDAY MORNING, BUT IT’S ONLY RUNNING AT ABOUT 20%, THEN WE CLEAR OUT LATER IN THE DAY. AS WE LOOK AT SIDE RIGHT NOW, 64 DEGREES, CLEAR SKIES, WINS WESTERLY AT 10 MILES PER HOUR, SO HOUR BY HOUR WE STAY CLEAR WITH LIGHT WINDS, AND TEMPERATURES START FALLING TO ABOUT 58 DEGREES ON AVERAGE, BUT IF YOU ARE IN AURORA, 51 TONIGHT, D5 IN LAPORTE, 55, AND THEN TOMORROW, TEMPERATURES WILL REACH THE 70s, SOME SPOTS TOUCHING THAT 80 DEGREE MARK. AND FOR BEACHGOERS, SOUTHWEST WINDS AT 5 TO 10, WHAT TEMPERATURE IS 68 DEGREES AND WE HAVE A LOW RISK FOR RECURRENCE AND THE AIR TEMPERATURE WILL BE ABOUT 79. SO HIGH PRESSURE WILL STAY OVERHEAD, ALL DAY TOMORROW, ONLY TOMORROW, AND THEN EARLY SUNDAY MORNING WE WILL LOOK FOR THE SCATTER OF SOME RAIN. SO MORNING RAIN, AFTERNOON CLEARING FOR YOUR SUNDAY NIGHT. AND AS WE TAKE A QUICK PEEK, I WANTED TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE UPDATE, WE NOW HAVE A NEW TROPICAL STORM, HUMBERTO, AND IT’S MOVING TO THE NORTH AND WEST. THE OFFICIAL FORECAST TRACK KEEPS IT OFFSHORE, BUT WE WILL WATCH THAT VERY CAREFULLY. WINDS ARE NOW 40 MILES PER HOUR WITH THAT STORM. SUNSHINE TOMORROW, LITTLE RAIN CHANCE INTO SUNDAY MORNING, WHAT A SEVEN DAY.

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