Chicago residents flee to basements as TORNADO warnings sound ahead of of 100F temperatures

Chicago residents fled to their basements and nearby shelters when a surprise tornado ripped through the Windy City as it experienced 100F weather for the first time in a decade. 

About 44,000 have been left without power after a tornado hit during Monday’s afternoon rush hour, bringing 80 mph winds and powerful storms throughout the area that knocked the lights out for residents in Chicago, Maywood, Broadview, Westchester, and other neighborhoods, NBC reported.  

It forced many to take…

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