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The normal high for this date is 81 degrees, but the high Friday will be 10 degrees higher than that.
Heat and humidity will dominate this first day of Lollapalooza, although a lake breeze will make conditions more tolerable.
Most of the Chicago area has finally caught a break from the extreme heat, and even see a rip of thunder and a torrent of rain before the day is through.
Chicago was bracing for another 100-degree day, prompting emergency officials to ask residents to take precautions.
Given the drought we’ve been suffering, Friday afternoon’s messy storms caught a lot of people by surprise.
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.
It’s yet another sweltering day Monday, and more storms could be coming just a day after a quick round of thunderstorms wreaked havoc on the area.
The weather is cool and springlike Monday, but don’t get used to it.
The sweltering heat continues for a second day Tuesday, as temperatures again climb into the 90s and humidity makes it feel as hot as 100 degrees.
Get the air conditioner in the window and make sure your ice tray isn’t empty, because it’s going to feel tropical outside for the better part of a week to come.
If you’re seeing brown grass and dusty soil, it’s not your imagination – it’s bone dry out there.
You may be planning to enjoy some sizzling Chicago blues this weekend in Grant Park, but you ought to take precautions to make sure you’re not sizzling and singing the blues yourself.
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.
The tension between police and protesters in 90-plus degree heat is behind us now, as temperatures Monday struggle even to reach the 60s.
Get ready for a day that would even seem hot by the standards of mid-July.
The beaches will soon be closing, the summer festivals are winding down, and parents are preparing to send their kids back to school. But you wouldn’t know it by stepping outside.
Tomorrow is Sept. 1, the start of meteorological fall. But don’t be fooled. You’ll be needing your air conditioner.
If you’re sick and tired of the heat and storms, you won’t be too thrilled with the weather for the beginning of this work week.