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Remnants of Subtropical Storm Alberto hitting Chicago; heavy rains expected last night

Remnants of Subtropical Storm Alberto hitting Chicago; heavy rains expected to last into night

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A pedestrian runs through a puddle under a set of CTA tracks on East Balbo Drive as rain falls in the Chicago area on May 14, 2018.

A pedestrian runs through a puddle under a set of CTA tracks on East Balbo Drive as rain falls in the Chicago area on May 14, 2018. (Armando L. Sanchez / Chicago Tribune)

The remnants of Subtropical Storm Alberto were expected to bring heavy rain to the Chicago area Wednesday afternoon, lasting well through the evening rush hour and prompting warnings about flooding, according to the National Weather Service.

The storm comes as the city and suburbs have seen near-record rainfall as of Wednesday morning, this was the third-wettest May with 7.31 inches of rain, said Charles Mott, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service. And were just shy of the second-wettest May set in 1883 with 7.32 inches, Mott said. Chicagos wettest May was in 1945 with 7.59 inches of rainfall.

The average rainfall for May is typically 3.68 inches, said Andrew Krein, another meteorologist for the weather service. But this past month saw four days that each had close to an inch of rain, Krein said.

Its been a rainy month because the area had a later spring than usual with temperatures not warming up until this month, Mott said.April saw a record 16 days in which temperatures were 32 degrees or lower, according to the weather service.

Alberto, along with a system coming from the northwest was expected to merge this afternoon, to produce the latest rainfall, according to the weather service. Alberto made landfall in the Florida panhandle and has since been traveling north.

A tropical storm traveling this far north is relatively unusual, although not unheard of, local meteorologists say.

Most of the tropical storms die out itself, then it actually turns into a low pressure system, Mott said. It just so happens that this one is sliding up into our direction.

It is unusual for storms to hit this early tropical storm season is June through October, meteorologists say.

Heavy rain with a possibility of thunderstorms was expected to begin moving into the area starting about 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Mott said. That was expected to make for a messy commute home, and motorists were urged to take precautions because the rainfall could cause localized flooding.

This could possibly hit the afternoon rush hour, he said. People should slow down.

The areas along Interstate 55 were expected to be hit the hardest with rain, according to the weather service. Stronger storms could create wind gusts of more than 40 mph.

Funnel clouds could develop as heavy rain moves through the area, according to the weather service. The funnel clouds are more likely to be spotted in areas with open land, but it is possible to see one in the city. These types of clouds dont typically pose a hazard.

But, importantly, they do not reach the ground, Mott said. But there is turbulence and energy going on in the clouds strong enough for the cloud to produce a tail.

By Thursday, warm temperatures are expected to return with a high of 90 degrees and a chance of thunderstorms in the evening.

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Spectacular images of lightning striking the Eiffel Tower

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Spectacular video of Eiffel Tower struck by lightning

Francehas endured extreme weather over the past few days, with record rainfall and multiple storms hitting the country.

According to Meteo France, the French national meteorological service, there have been 147,981 lightning strikes in the month of May alone.

The Eiffel Tower was struck by multiple bolts on Tuesday, offering spectacular scenery.

With its lightning rods at the top, the Iron Lady attracts lighting and protects a very large space around it.

???? Lightning struck again yesterday evening! Thanks again Bertrand e breathtaking pictures.

The Eiffel Tower gets struck by bolts of lightning around 10 times a year, according to Meteo France.

Bad weather is expected in the French capital until Wednesday evening. Perhaps there will be more stunning pictures of the Eiffel Tower in the hours to come.

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