Strong storms pass through Chicago area causing flooding

The Chicago area was at risk of strong storms late Saturday evening and overnight.

The main threats were strong winds and heavy downpours, with conditions expected to continue into the night.

Following the stormy weather, temperatures were expected to drop slightly, accompanied by significantly lower humidity levels on Sunday and Monday.

Temperatures will top off Sunday at 85 degrees and on Monday we'll see a high of 86 degrees. 

Several storm watches and warnings were in effect Saturday night, but have since expired.  

There was a Flood Warning issued for McHenry and Lake counties set to expire around 10:15 a.m. Sunday.