Algonquin Illinois Weather
Five of the wettest days ever recorded in Chicago in May occurred last week, and Chicago recorded 7.88 inches of rain, the fourth wettest four-day period in weather history since 1871. Chicago's O'Hare Airport recorded 3.11 inches on May 1 and 2.04 inches the next day, the National Weather Service said.
On May 4, it registered 3.53 inches, the fourth wettest four-day period since 1871, according to the National Weather Service. The 7.88 inches of rainfall is the largest single day rainfall in the city's history, which fell in just four days. No other city in Illinois and no other US city had more rain in a whole month than what fell during this four-day stretch.
Temperatures rose into the low to mid-60s, with the surface dew points peaking in the mid-to-mid-50s, leading to a moderate degree of instability. Saturated conditions were responsible for flash floods seen in the western and southwestern suburbs of Chicago. Although flooding was a significant threat, two brief, weak tornadoes occurred during the day on May 4. On May 5, a tornado struck western Kenosha County, with maximum sustained winds of 60 miles per hour, according to the weather service.
The tornado crossed STH 83, continued east-northeast on Stimes Road, crossed the Boone-McHenry County border, turned east and passed the village of Wheatland. It crossed 308th Ave., then continued west-east on the west side of the District, crossed the St. Louis County Line, and finally crossed the Boone and McHenry County lines on Hunter Road. The tornado continued north - west along Stime Road and then south - south on Hunter Rd before crossing the STh 83.
The tornado continued to move from east to west, mainly causing scattered tree damage at this point, until it appeared to dissipate at 3: 25 p.m. The tornado moved east of Lawrence and further northeast into western Boone County, then south - east into McHenry County and then west - south into St. Louis County. This is a suburb of Chicago located about 30 miles west of downtown Chicago and about 20 miles north of the city limits. After burning some homes to rubble in the city's northeast, the tornado weakened and moved north - along Stime Road and west of Hunter Rd.
In Algonquin, summers are warm and wet, winters are frosty, dry and windy, and it is partly cloudy all year round. The sky is cloudy but sunny with a high of about 70 degrees and a low of about 40 degrees. Summer temperatures in the mid to upper 60s and low 70s are mostly sunny, with an average temperature of just under 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Winter is frosty and dry, windier with high temperatures around -40 degrees and strong winds.
Based on the tourism score, the best time to visit Algonquin for warm weather activities is from mid-June to mid-September. Due to these values and the average temperature of the last three summer months, a good time to visit Alginquin is the end of June to the end of August.
Due to the increasing degree days alone, the first spring blooms appear in Algonquin in spring from 14 March, appear on 1 April and only on 1 May. Based on the daily growing degrees, weather data and the average temperature of the last three summer months, they appear from mid-June to mid-September. In autumn, summer time (summer time) is observed from spring (March 13) to autumn (November 7), which lasts 7 to 8 months. Winds are from the north and reach wind speeds of between 18 and 25 km / h, with gusts up to 30 km / h.
The coldest day of the year is January 22, with an average low of 15C and a high of 29C. The coolest season lasts 5.1 months, and the warmest time for visitors to Algonquin is from mid-June to mid-September, depending on the value.
The windiest part of the year lasts 7.7 months, with an average high of 29C and a low of 23C, and the windiest day of the year is January 15. The windier part of the year lasts 7-7 months, with the warmest part for visitors to Algonquin from mid-June to mid-September.
The snow season lasts 4.7 months, with an average maximum of 29C and a minimum of 23C, and snowfalls fall from mid-June to mid-September. Most snow falls in 31 days around June 8, the least in 30 days, but most rain falls in the winter months around December 29, 31 days.
The heavy rain potential will continue into the afternoon, when thunderstorms can produce 1 inch of rain per hour. A slow, moving thunderstorm activity in the eastern part of the state will produce periods of heavy rain in the evening and early morning hours, with the possibility of a few inches of rain.