Severe thunderstorms are possible in the Chicagoland area Tuesday afternoon into the evening, according to the National Weather Service, which has rated parts of the Chicago area as being at elevated risk. | Graphic via NWS

The National Weather Service is warning about another round of severe weather potentially bringing tornadoes, hail and damaging wind to Illinois on Tuesday.

A weak cool front will move across the area tonight and become stationary across central Illinois and central Indiana Monday, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.

It will lift back north as a warm front on Tuesday with a large difference in temperatures Tuesday, the NWS said.

Portions of far northern Illinois may see highs in the 50s while temperatures climb into the middle 70s south of Interstate 80.

A strong storm system will move across the midwest Tuesday.

Severe thunderstorms are possible Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday evening.

The NWS said damaging winds capable of downing tree limbs and fences is possible along with damaging hail capable of denting cars and siding.

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A few tornadoes are also possible.

A second round of strong to severe storms could occur late Tuesday into early Wednesday morning.

“Questions remain regarding if the cap will weaken enough for storm development in the region,” the NWS said, adding that updates will be released once available.

A strong cold front will move across the area early Wednesday morning bringing strong non-thunderstorm winds to the area Wednesday and possibly into Thursday as temperatures turn cooler.

On Friday, over a dozen tornadoes hit Illinois and Indiana. Three of them were EF-2 tornadoes, the NWS said.