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Tornado alerts will go off at 11 a.m. in Illinois on Wednesday – but don’t worry, it’s just a statewide drill – Chicago Tribune

National Weather Service officials planned a statewide tornado drill for late Wednesday morning as part of Illinois Severe Weather Preparedness Week.

Officials want Illinois to use the drill to create action plans if a hurricane approaches.

Sirens were ready to go off at 11 a.m. in Illinois, officials said. Officials said everyone should use this time to make sure they are following weather safety procedures at home, work, school, place of worship and on the road.

Officials said policymakers and overseers of large groups should review plans to make sure there are adequate means to monitor weather and accommodate people.

Current conditions at O’Hare International Airport are fog and haze at 40 degrees. Conditions are the same at Midway Airport at 42 degrees.

Officials expect conditions to improve on Wednesday and temperatures to reach at least 43 degrees.

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