Author: Danny Neal

Danny is a storm chaser from the southside of Chicago and has been chasing since 1998. He has over 100 tornadoes documented as well as numerous other extreme weather events. He routinely teaches and trains others about severe and unusual weather and is considered a great resource for Northern Illinois. Partnered through the Weather Ready Nation program, Danny does a lot of volunteering at the local National Weather Service. He assists with social media and spotter training and couldn't be happier helping out.

Good morning everyone, We are excited to announce a partnership with “Only Oswego”, a media outlet serving the Oswego and Fox Valley area. Through this partnership we will be providing semi-daily forecasts for the week after specifically for the Oswego area. Furthermore we will be providing specialized severe weather forecasts including hazards, timing, and duration […]

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Wednesday, May 2nd: A couple of different scenarios may unfold across mainly the northern and central sections of the state on Wednesday. This would be this areas first chance at severe weather in 2018 so we want to make sure you all have brushed off those weather radios, know where to get information, as well […]

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Historically speaking, April is one of Illinois’ leading months for seeing severe weather including tornadoes, damaging winds, and large hail. While many Illinoisan’s are still wondering how and why 6″ of snow fell on April Fools Day, we’re focusing on the potential for a few severe storms to hit that very same area and points […]

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     Severe weather is possible across far southern/southeastern Illinois later this evening. The overall threat is low, but some damaging winds and/or a couple of tornadoes will be possible. Thunderstorms are expected to develop and continue moving east/northeast across the Middle Mississippi Valley into southern Illinois by the afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center has […]

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