A tornado warning has been issued across the Chicago metropolitan area and parts of northern Cook County Monday evening, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Tornado sirens can be heard across Chicago as a potentially dangerous weather system hits the metro area.
The tornado sirens near by brothers place in Uptown are insanely creepy pic.twitter.com/Xg5Uq3GtRH— Jennnnayyy (@chitown2socal) June 13, 2022
NWS Chicago tweeted wind gusts hit 84 mph at O'Hare International Airport.
Meteorologists are telling people in the metro area to seek immediate shelter.
Possible tornadic circulation is being reported.
Very dangerous storm moving through #Chicago!— Matthew Cappucci (@MatthewCappucci) June 14, 2022
A possible tornadic circulation is located near Cicero right now just west of the rail yard near the Chick-Fil-A on Harlem Ave. Midway next!
Meanwhile, an 80 mph cold-air wraparound about to sock La Grange, Bedford Park, Riverview. pic.twitter.com/MXO3ccut4W
Breaking: it appears the circulation near Maywood, Illinois — part of the #Chicago metro — may have produced a tornado or significant straight-like wind damage.— Matthew Cappucci (@MatthewCappucci) June 14, 2022
Preliminary reports of the “entire roof of a [third] floor apartment removed” from the emergency management. https://t.co/Rpg7xh3NiD pic.twitter.com/P3woNRvA42