Mike Jansen, Chicago Weather Center, W Gym Weather Center discussed on Saturday Night Special with Amy Guth

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Newsroom. The news is sponsored by Antenna TV. Let's start with a check of the forecast from the WG and Chicago Weather Center. Let's check in with meteorologist Mike Jansen will spend the rest of our fourth of July with warm and dry conditions throughout the rest of the evening. Paper mainly clear skies, the same overnight dropped around 70 then mostly sunny on Sunday, can't completely wrought a stray shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon with highs in the lower nineties inland. Lower eighties at the lakefront. Becoming partly cloudy here on Monday again can't rule out a stray shower storm in the afternoon when highs in the lower nighties and look for mid eighties at the lake and then partly cloudy and human on Tuesday, a chance for widely scattered showers and storms highs in the upper eighties. The lower nineties. It's going to feel like the Gulf Coast around here on Wednesday and Thursday Partly cloudy, hot and humid both days. Highs in the upper eighties to mid nineties hit index values inland could creep into the triple digits. There's also a chance for a few showers and thunderstorms, especially on Thursday. Partly cloudy and humans still on Friday a chance for scattered showers and storms highs in the lower nineties inland upper eighties at the lakefront is still going to feel like the upper nineties. And then partly cloudy on Saturday, maybe an isolated shower or thunderstorm again with highs in the mid eighties, too right around 90 degrees from the W Gym Weather Center. I'm it all, just like dancing. You know it always Department of Public Health said the state picked up 862 new Corona virus cases Saturday. And 10 more people lost their lives to the virus. Total number of cases since the pandemic began 146,612 and 7014 people have died. Since Friday, 34,318 Tests have been done in the preliminary seven day statewide positivity from June 27th of July 3rd is 2.6%. Meanwhile, state regulators have issued a warning to all the casinos in Illinois.

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