Chicago (CBS) — A violent storm spurred tornado alerts, bringing tornadoes to the ground in parts of the Chicago metropolitan area late Monday.
Tornado clocks were published throughout the Chicago area until 10 pm and extended to midnight in some counties in Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Tornado alert It is published intermittently from midnight to midnight.
Former CBS2 meteorologist Robb Ellis reported that multiple storm cells turned into tornadoes in a row – mainly north and west of Chicago. Late at night, a new storm due to a tornado warning passed through Will County.
10:29 pm: The rotation lasts near Monnie. The rotation is relatively weak, but the tornado alert remains.
10:13 pm: A new tornado warning has been issued until 11:00 pm in central eastern Will County.
10:02 pm: Ellis reports that Hook’s signatures associated with the spinning Will County storm are increasing.
9:57 pm: There were no confirmed tornadoes on the ground in Will County. The tornado alert was only shown on the radar. The storm system was crossing the Wilton area just before 10 pm, and there were concerns about how far it would extend east.
9:51 pm: Tornado alerts are currently only occurring in the southern part of Will County. In southern Chicago counties and northwestern Indiana, tornado surveillance was extended until midnight.
9:40 pm: In southwestern Will and north-central Kankakee County, new tornado warnings were issued until 10:15 pm.
7:45 pm: Dana Kozlov of CBS2 sent this photo of the massive damage in Sycamore.
7:40 pm: The video taken by freelance photographer Scott Lasker Tornado blasting debris Through rural areas outside Sycamore. Some of the most obvious tornadoes were found in the Sycamore region.
7:27 pm: The air traffic control tower at O’Hare International Airport is being evacuated. Gatehold is enabled and some flights will be delayed by about 3 hours. According to the Federal Aviation Administration.. Inbound and outbound flights are in a waiting pattern. Midway International Airport is also a ground stop.
This does not mean that the airport has been evacuated.
7:20 pm: In northern Cook County and DuPage County, heavy thunderstorm warnings were issued until 8 pm, tagged as “potential tornadoes.”
7:07 pm: Authorities are assessing the risk of a storm to O’Hare International Airport.
7:01 pm: CBS2 photographer Chris McKnight reports on Elburn’s squall line. Meanwhile, viewer Dan Pojar sent a dramatic video of a tornado on the ground in DeKalb.
6:45 pm: According to Storm Spotter, the tornado landed east of Lake Lily.
6:43 pm: Tornadoes have been identified on routes 47 and 64 in Virgil. Tree damage has been reported on the Meredith and Bees roads.
6:37 pm: There is a large wedge tornado on the ground in Kane County, north of Maple Park.
6:30 pm: CBS2’s Dana Kozlov talked to Jimmy Darnell. Jimmy Darnell reported that when the tornado struck Burlington, the lights went out and the house began to shake as it entered the basement. He reported that his sister’s car and hut were damaged and the gazebo was destroyed, and he was powerless.
6:28 pm: New tornado warnings were issued until 7:30 pm in parts of Kane and DuPage counties.
6:24 pm: Twitter user Alex Haberlie submitted this photo of a Sycamore tornado.
Fragments on Sycamore pic.twitter.com/xiOs0p9Jv2
— Alex Haberlie (@alexhabe) August 9, 2021
6:21 pm: Large tornadoes have been identified on the ground near Sycamore and St. Charles. Sycamore tornadoes are called stovepipe tornadoes and have been reported to damage homes and barns.
6:12 pm: Currently, five tornado warnings have been issued for the CBS2 display area from DeKalb county to Kane county.Sycamore, Elburn and Cortland receive tornado alerts until 7 pm
6:07 pm: The tornado, which previously crossed Burlington, is now heading to Elgin and South Elgin. CBS2 meteorologist Robb Ellis predicts that the system may crash as it heads to Cook County.
6:04 pm: Professor Victor Gensini of Northern Illinois University sent this photo of a large tornado in Burlington.
6:03 pm: Spotter reports a large tornado on the ground near South Eldin.
6:02 pm: A new tornado warning has been issued in southern DeKalb County.
5:56 pm: CBS2’s Dana Kozlov is in Burlington and the siren rang just before 6pm. Spotter previously reported a large tornado near the roads of Lucens and Planck, west-southwest of Burlington, Illinois. CBS2 meteorologist Robb Ellis reported that traces of dangerous debris were found near Burlington.
5:56 pm: Storms were seen near Elgin and in DeKalb County.
5:45 pm: In northeastern Kane County, a tornado warning was issued until 6:30 pm.
5 pm: McHenry police also reported damage confirmed in the Evergreen Circle, although there were no tornado warnings in the area at 5 pm.
Nancy Hodges, a resident of McHenry County, called Brad Edwards of CBS 2 and said two series of warning sirens had sounded, but a violent storm struck her home before it happened. She said it sounded like a train because the tornado was well depicted, and the trees blew and the family headed for the basement.
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