Don’t get used to the sunny skies and pleasant temperatures that were dominating the Chicago area in the midday hours.
Rain will fall intermittently throughout this chilly, dreary day.
It is the first day of June and the first day of meteorological summer, but it feels more like late fall as the temperature remains stuck in the 50s.
The Memorial Day weekend with temperatures that would have felt hot even in July is a memory now, as the mercury drops to levels reminiscent of late March Wednesday afternoon.
The Cubs are at home Wednesday night, and if you’re going to the game, you had best not forget your jacket.
Rain is expected for the entire Chicago area Thursday afternoon, but temperatures are as warm as the 70s in some areas and as cold as the 40s in others.
The heat wave in March might as well have been last summer, as temperatures apropos of winter made a return overnight.
There is nary a cloud in the sky Friday, but temperatures are hovering in the chilly zone that is expected for this time of year.
This Cubs Opening Day won’t be setting any records for cold, but it will require a jacket – and your plants will require protection overnight as a freeze threatens the area.
A high-pressure ridge is keeping the skies clear and sunny, but temperatures will remain nippy throughout the day and the rest of the work week.
The temperature is expected to hit a balmy 77 degrees in Chicago Tuesday, but will drop down as low as the 50s as the afternoon goes on and a cold front passes through.
Balmy conditions in the 50s will be back on Tuesday, but it’s still going to feel like winter for the rest of this Pulaski Day Monday.
Enjoy the warm temperatures while they last, because the wind will pick up and the conditions will get colder in the afternoon.
Cloudy skies will give way to rain Tuesday evening, followed by a jump into the 50s and a dash of wet snow all in the same day on Wednesday.
After a long stretch of cold, dreary and sometimes snowy days, it’s time to get outside and enjoy sunny and balmy conditions.
Later this week, Chicago will mark the one-year anniversary the third heaviest blizzard in recorded history. But looking outside, you’d have no idea.
The weather was springlike this New Year’s Eve, but the skies were volatile, as rain and thunder erupted over the course of the day.