Mostly sunny, but seasonably chilly conditions will continue through the day, with a high of 35 degrees.
Rain will give way to the cold.
The balmy 70-degree temperatures we saw on Sunday are a distant memory now, as a cold snap sets in and leaves temperatures hovering mostly in the 30s for the next couple of days.
Patches of snow flurries hit the Chicago area on Thursday, while temperatures reached their coldest levels since April.
A long-range forecast says a few months from now, we could be in for one of the snowiest winters in recent memory. And that prediction is for the year after the third heaviest blizzard in Chicago history.
With Chicagoans used to hot summer temperatures, it was a shock to the system to find temperatures in the 30s and wind chill values below freezing in some areas.
Not only has Chicago dealt with chilly rain, hail and even snow this week, but temperatures Tuesday were at their lowest for this late spring date since the 1940s.
Some animals suffer, while some persevere, as cold hits wildlife as well as the rest of us around Chicago.
The conditions were brutal Thursday , and city officials are again warning that being outside for any length of time is dangerous.
Conditions this morning are as dangerously cold as promised, and the city is ensuring everyone is safe.
The light snow lingering in the Chicago area Sunday night is expected to give way to bitter cold temperatures and strong winds.
Bitterly cold wind chills approaching minus 21 degrees are forecast to blow into the Chicago area starting Wednesday night, just as the massive blizzard leaves town.
Rising temperatures are expected to bring a light snow early Saturday in the Chicago area.
Chicago woke up this morning to subzero temperature readings and dangerous wind chills.
The mercury read 18 degrees in Chicago this morning, but that wasn’t enough to deter hundreds of cyclists for a Winter Bike to Work Day.
A deep freeze will be settling over the Chicago area starting Thursday evening, and you’re best advised to bundle up.
Did it feel like a heat wave on Monday with the middle 30s and rain instead of snow?
Expect frigid conditions for the Bears’ first playoff game Sunday.
A northwest suburban man who took a drunken fall at his home on New Year’s Day is at least the fifth Cook County resident to die of cold-related causes this winter season.
If you think it’s cold now, just wait. The forecast calls for sharply colder weather next week, with daytime temperatures barely above single digits.