Tonight’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Hot and humid, scattered storms developing
(July 24, 2016) – Showers with a few embedded thunderstorms will continue through mid afternoon across portions of southern lower Michigan and northwest Ohio. This activity should dissipate during the mid afternoon hours but more thunderstorms are expected to develop across northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin this afternoon, and eventually track into the area late afternoon and this evening. A few of the storms may be strong to severe with isolated damaging winds and isolated large hail. The greatest severe risk should be for areas generally west of Interstate 69. Some localized heavy rainfall is also a possibility. Otherwise, a heat advisory remains in effect for all of the forecast area through this evening with peak afternoon heat indices once again around the 100 degree mark. Cooler and less humid conditions will begin to filter into the area on Monday as a cold front tracks southward across the area.