It’s a harsh reality for some of us. With Oct. 1 knocking on our door, fall and a possibly frigid winter loom ahead.
Rain will fall intermittently throughout this chilly, dreary day.
Looking back on the beautiful, sunny skies on Saturday as Chicagoans enjoyed the Bud Billiken Parade and the North Halsted Street Market Days, this may seem like the worst kind of Monday. But look for sunshine again on Tuesday.
The already chilly temperatures will be falling through the afternoon as a cold front passes through, to the point where the mercury won’t even crack the 50-degree mark on Saturday.
Temperatures will remain on the chilly side Thursday, but skies will be clear and the threat of frost is over for now.
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.
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.
Conditions will remain chilly and breezy Friday, but look for a warmup to the 50s over the weekend – and the upper 60s again next week.
A solar flare could cause electronic disruptions for millions of people Thursday and Friday, but it could also push the Northern Lights as far south as the Chicago area.
Conditions will remain seasonably cold Monday, but expect the sun to be out for the rest of the afternoon.
Conditions will remain seasonably chilly Wednesday, but cloudy skies will give way to sunshine as the afternoon goes on.