- published: 09 Mar 2017
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There was the sound of chainsaws Wednesday in the northern suburb, following strong winds that felled trees onto homes and power lines. CBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran reports.
Heavy storms that rolled through Tuesday night and Wednesday morning left behind significant flooding in some northern suburbs, leaving many basements inundated with water, and some roads closed to traffic. CBS 2 has team coverage.
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Tornado en waukegan 2
Tues. 12/26/2017 I had some time and wanted to audit. Weather was frigid, -7° with wind chill. My 54% battery ended up dying and I spent 30+ minutes walking the property filming with no contact. I chose this location because of a prior contact with Waukegan Port Authority in tactical gear driving a 5 ton like vehicle who came from the dark blue building way across the runway behind the vintage (F 111 Aardvark) plane that is sitting there now. Skip through it's one boring video. Due to wind and extreme weather, the video is less than optimum and I chose not to narrate to avoid the extreme cold as much as possible. I left ID off my person and walked in. Too bad I didn't bring backup camera or plug in back up battery. (and a hat or scarf and more gloves and 4 layers upper was ok, but 2 lowe...
After it passed through Grayslake, I chased this funnel cloud from Libertyville towards Waukegan / North Chicago. Right as it approached Lake Michigan, it appeared to touch ground and was easily seen by hundreds of drivers on route 137 heading East. This could actually be technically a WATERSPOUT. ATTENTION MEDIA OUTLETS: you have permission to use this footage, but please credit Kimock7 on Youtube. Thank you.
This was a beautiful day in Waukegan, IL it's 61 out, the breeze was amazing I can't believe this amazing weather especially in February. Just taking a stroll down the pier and took a lot of photos
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Video footage of the waukegan storm and its damaging power! Un video de la poderosa tormenta en waukegan illinois y su desastre!
Other than the violent winds, 2T22's and 1000T's sound beautiful together, don't they?
this is what happened after the tornado of 6/30/11 in Waukegan
After purchasing our sexy new boat we needed to get her back home to Sheboygan, Wi. We spent a few days in Bayfield Ontario stocking up on provisions, and planning our journey. As soon as the weather broke we shoved off. We spent 3 weeks slowly exploring and making our way home. With the constantly changing wind and wave patterns of the great lakes we certainly were in for a wild ride. We had an absolute blast getting to know our boat, while learning all her quirks. While neither of us wanted the journey to end. We couldn't help but feel a little giddy as we sailed her past the Sheboygan lighthouse for the 1st time. We rounded the corner and were greeted with cheers and celebratory campaign. We looked at each other and couldn't help but feel a sense of pride in what we...
I flew Skill Aviation's DA40 from Waukegan, IL (UGN) to Greenwood, IN (HFY). The weather at Waukegan was marginal VFR, and there was an AIRMET for IFR along the entire route. I decided to go forward with the flight because Indianapolis was predicting broken to scattered clouds and marginal VFR conditions by the time I would land. I also had the option of landing a bit further South at Columbia Airport, IN which was reporting good VFR. I had full tanks and plenty of options. About 20 miles North of Indy, I contacted Indy Approach and they vectored me South East across their airspace. Then, just 2.5 miles East of greenwood I saw a big opening in the clouds and decided to cancel flight following and descend below the clouds and land. It worked out perfect! Enjoy this video.
Routine IFR training flight with my instructor Matt out of Skill Aviation at Waukegan in January 2013. The weather was VFR with forecast to remain VFR for the rest of the day. While practicing some approaches nearby at Burlington (KBUU) we noticed the weather deteriorating significantly and decided to head back to Waukegan. The situation got quite hairy with several airplanes wanting to get back to Waukegan VFR or SVFR and several others filing a pop-up approach into Waukegan. We finally received our IFR clearance into Waukegan and flew the ILS 23. This was an amazing lesson for me on how the weather can turn ugly and bite you when you least expect it. If you didn't have an instructor on board or were instrument rated and current what would you do? Wait time for SVFR was minimum 20 min...