Snow, Hail, Tornado? What to Expect and When in Monday’s Wild Weather

Monday's wild forecast broken down.

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Rain begins moving out of the area by mid-morning Monday.
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NBC10 Boston
Clouds will part for partly sunny skies and dry conditions for the late-morning and early afternoon, but this will only destabilize the air, bringing the potential for severe weather to move in.
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Temperatures rise to the mid- to upper-50s by the afternoon hours.
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Scattered thunderstorms are expected to re-develop by the afternoon in western Illinois, moving across northern Illinois by the early evening.
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By 6 p.m., rain and thunderstorms are expected to return to the Chicago area. While it remains a limited risk, there is a chance conditions could bring a brief tornado or hail during the afternoon storms, particularly in areas west of the Fox River.
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Storms continue into the evening hours.
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By 11 p.m., some locations will have already seen more than an inch of rain likely.
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But overnight, temperatures drop and that rain turns to snow. By 7 a.m., temps will have dipped below freezing across much of the area.
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The wet snow will begin moving through suburbs north and west of Chicago during the early morning hours. This radar image shows the forecast for 4 a.m. Tuesday.
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By 6 a.m., the rain-snow mix will have moved into Chicago, heading toward northwest Indiana.
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Slushy snow totals of an inch or two are possible in some locations.
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