CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros says we can expect “nearly perfect sunshine” Wednesday afternoon, as the highs climb into the upper 80s.
It may seem like summer is behind us now, but it certainly won’t feel like it Tuesday afternoon.
If you’re an early-shifter, you might have gotten drenched by pouring rain on the way to work Tuesday. You won’t have that problem again for the rest of the day. But you’d be well advised to bring your umbrella with you on Wednesday.
The showers Thursday morning have fizzled out, and the clouds will give way to some sunshine and seasonably hot temperatures.
Skies will remain sunny Wednesday afternoon, as the temperature climbs into the 80s for the first time in six days.
In a 180-degree contrast from Monday, conditions will be bright and beautiful for the rest of the day Tuesday, with sunshine and comfortable temperatures.
A picture-perfect day is expected for the rest of the afternoon, with full sunshine, low humidity and comfortable highs in the 80s.
The storms that might have woken you up in the wee hours have gone on their way, leaving sunny skies and close to the lake, pleasantly cool temperatures.
The sweltering heat from just two days ago has been cut down to seasonable and comfortable temperatures in the 70s, although occasional showers and storms are likely to persist through the day.
The weather will be idyllic by most estimations for the rest of the day Friday, with the sun shining and the air having a September-like feel with highs just in the 70s along the lake.
A picture perfect summer afternoon is in store Wednesday, with just the right weather for enjoying the first day of the Taste of Chicago.
A pleasant afternoon with a temperate lake breeze is on tap for Tuesday, but the 90s will be back before the week is out.
The triple-digit heat wave is over at last, a breath of outdoor air no longer feels like a breath of Jello, and walking for miles outside is no longer misery-inducing experience.
Baby Boomers are facing a real financial squeeze as their savings dwindle, and their parents pass along less than anyone hoped.
Temperatures will be sunny, but cool, for the rest of the day Tuesday – and once again, temperatures will not exceed the 60s along the lakefront.
Temperatures will be pleasant and cool for the rest of the day Friday, before rising through the weekend and spiking at a sweltering 94 degrees on Sunday.
For this NATO Summit weekend, get ready for sweltering temperatures that will feel more like mid-July than mid-May.
The Cubs are at home Wednesday night, and if you’re going to the game, you had best not forget your jacket.
Bermuda shorts have been the perfect attire so far for Thursday, but severe thunderstorms could be breezing in later in the afternoon.
Chicago’s weather will seem like a cross between Seattle and Miami Wednesday, as the temperatures climb to highs that palm trees would like, but the threat of off-and-on rain persists.