One block south of here and there’s not nearly as much damage. CHICAGO — Intense severe weather rolled through the Chicago area Monday afternoon, leaving widespread damage. A tornado warning in the Rockford area expired at 9:45 p.m. Thankfully rotation is weakening, but still a tornado warned storm just south of Rockford! ComEd is ready to meet the needs of our customers,” said Terry Donnelly, president and COO of ComEd. Severe weather that battered Iowa early Monday is heading toward the Chicago area, spawning a slew of watches and warnings as dangerous winds and torrential downpours threaten the region. #ilwx pic.twitter.com/V0XjOmShcB, Apartment and car windows shattered by blowing debris and fallen trees. Those storms are rapidly moving to the east-northeast at 70 mph, and are packing wind gusts in excess of that speed. Seek Shelter now pic.twitter.com/mnp1IjnSJx, Tornado Warning ⚠️ for parts of Lake (IL) and Mchenry until 4:45. CHICAGO — Intense severe weather rolled through the Chicago area Monday afternoon, leaving widespread damage. Multiple large tree branches also down in the nearby area. Are babies ingesting more than formula in their bottles? Likely 80+ mph gusts #ilwx #inwx @WGNNews @MikeJanssenWX @MikeHamernik @MorganKolkmeyer @NWSChicago pic.twitter.com/dRHu0jhnTY. #ilwx @WGNNews pic.twitter.com/XnqlxcP1sZ, Steeple at Wheaton College church has collapsed. pic.twitter.com/x0xZkaRoTP, People in western McHenry County need to be especially vigilant. A fallen tree is blocking the Wilson Ave. exit off of Lake Shore Drive. The City of Chicago's Emergency Warning System (EWS) is an outdoor, all-hazards siren system that is used to warn the general population of a potential danger in a short amount of time and to notify them that the emergency has passed. by: Paul Dailey, Mike Janssen, Mike Hamernik. Severe weather that battered Iowa early Monday is heading toward the Chicago area, spawning a slew of watches and warnings as dangerous winds and torrential downpours threaten the region. Strong storms moving in through northwestern and north central Illinois produced some tornado warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings to our west and southwest, but so far severe storms have remained outside of the area. I'm … #chicagotornado #chicago #chicagoweather @WGNNews @nbcchicago @ABC7Chicago @cbschicago @chicagotribune pic.twitter.com/5nJN9435Nf. pic.twitter.com/Z00ZOUKfJq. Head for safe shelter indoors well away from windows (interior windowless room or basement if you have one). Freeze Watch in effect from Friday, 1:00 AM CDT until Friday, 9:00 AM CDT. If driving be cautious of trees down or other debris blocking the roadway. A tornado warning has been issued for Winnebago and Boone counties in northern Illinois until 3:45 p.m. The tornado could potentially be rain-wrapped if it touches down, meaning that residents should immediately seek shelter and shouldn’t wait until they see a tornado to move to a lower level in their homes. See a list of all of the Official Weather Advisories, Warnings, and Severe Weather Alerts for Chicago, IL. “Treat it like a tornado warning,” the service said. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. Over 5,000 ComEd customers across the state are without power as of 8:40 p.m. WGN has received several reports of storm damage throughout the entire area. The storms, located on a line from Rockford to Mendota, are moving to the east at 75 miles per hour. A Wind Advisory has been issued for from 4 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, with gusts of up to 50 mph possible. With coronavirus restrictions still in place in many areas, most restaurants still have outdoor seating areas with overhead canopies and tents. pic.twitter.com/98EeWXcLkY, A huge tree was uprooted and damaged the Graceland Cemetery wall near Montrose and Clark. according to the National Weather Service. @WGNNews pic.twitter.com/tyloBOITmC, This is the view from my backyard excuse my screaming… #derecho #chicagoderecho #chicago #chicagostorm #wind @WGNNews @chicagotribune @Suntimes @nbcchicago pic.twitter.com/YZvLZaOHps, Storm damage in Lincoln Square, courtesy Chris Szuberla. After the strong storms move out overnight, Sunday will be a windy day. The Chicago area will watch as snow accumulates in coming days over the Upper Midwest. Storms that have prompted tornado warnings in counties just to the west are quickly approaching. Wind gusts of up to 80 miles per hour and quarter-size hail are possible with the storms. 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