Gurnee Illinois Weather

Winter weather in northern Illinois can be unpredictable, and conditions can go from mild to harsh within hours. The windiest day of the year was January 15, with gusts of up to 60 km / h in some places and up to 30 km / h in others.

Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) to autumn (7 November) and lasts 7 to 8 months. Winds are variable with strong gusts of up to 60 km / h, in other areas up to 30 km / h. Winds are more likely to be in the mid-to-high 20s and mid-30s during the day and low to high 30s at night.

Because of the increasing grades on that day alone, the first spring blooms appear in Gurnee in the late afternoon and early evening hours of April 1 and 2, as they have appeared in many other parts of the state in recent years. Given the location and probability of showers in this region throughout the day, we will continue to maintain a high probability of snow showers over the TAF. It is difficult to pinpoint the time frame for snow showers, but there is little confidence that the areas most likely to receive snow and rain on April 3 and 4 will be the ORD and MDW. This seems to be a good time for spring blooms, especially in areas with high snowfall rates.

There are several ways to find out if your school is closed on what looks like a bad weather day. Please read the frequently asked questions on how to keep your wildcat safe in bad weather conditions.

Children love to be outside in all weather conditions and we will try to give them the opportunity to be outside whenever possible. If severe winter weather is forecast, parents should have a plan for how to accommodate their children and their parents in a school that is canceled. The district uses the National Weather Service and the Illinois Department of Education's weather forecasting center to determine when conditions could be dangerous enough to get students and staff to school safely.

Different types of precipitation were observed that day, with no traces of it, and whether rain or snow fell on the same day. An independent score was calculated for the perceived temperature, precipitation, wind speed and direction, humidity and wind cooling.

At the upper end of the range was rather colder, drier snow, and more than half of the days at least had some snow, with the number of days at or below the average for the period in question. The most rain fell on the 31 days that took place on 4 June, while the same day saw the fewest snow (0.5%) on 11 days.

The coldest day of the year was January 29, with an average low of 16C and a high of 30C. The coolest season lasted 5.2 months, the warmest time (January to June).

The cloud cover is 10 points on a clear sky and falls linear, but -10 points in precipitation. The precipitation value, which is based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the given hour, is + 10 (precipitation) and has fallen linearly. As for precipitation, it is believed that the snowfall accumulated over a period of 31 days, which revolves around every day of the year. Snowfall accumulates over the same period as precipitation, with snow falling over 31 days in that period due to slides, with the emphasis on that day each year; the snow period this year lasted 4.6 months.

The windy part of the year lasted 7.2 months, the coldest part 4.3 months and the warmest 3.5 months. The cloud cover in the sky is 10 points and falls linear, but -10 points of precipitation.

While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly. While temperatures can drop at night, sweltering nights usually follow sweltering days. The sky is 10 points and falls linear, but -10 points of precipitation in the sky, which corresponds to the average of the last 3 months of the year, and the coldest part of 3.5 months. Although temperatures drop at night and dew points typically change significantly, they are not, so the sky has about 1 point of cloud cover and -1 point of precipitation per day.

Based on the tourism score, the best time to visit Gurnee for warm weather activities is late June to mid-September. According to this value, it is early July to mid-August for the warmest part of the 3.5 months and late August to late September for the coldest parts of the year. Based on these data, the most frequent time of the year for a visit to GURNee in warm weather and cold weather is the end of July and mid-August, with the highest number of days in August and the lowest in September and October. Based on these data, the least common times of day for visiting Turkey during the hot and humid months of June, July, August, October and November are determined.

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