Rain will be sweeping into the Chicago area Friday afternoon and sticking around all weekend, but the White Sox home opener should be over before it starts.
Temperatures will remain on the chilly side Thursday, but skies will be clear and the threat of frost is over for now.
Those 80-degree days back in March seem like a distant memory now, as some people were spotted walking around in winter coats Tuesday and a freeze watch is in effect for the overnight hours.
Temperatures will be mild and the skies will be cloudless for the rest of the day Monday, but gusty winds have raised concerns about fires raging out of control.
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.
Temperatures will rise to the lower 70s in some outlying areas Monday, but will hover in the 50s and 60s along the lake as a breeze keeps conditions cool.
The blast of rain that soaked the Chicago area Friday morning has gone on its way, but a chilly and dreary day persists.
Season-appropriate temperatures in the low 50s will prevail Thursday, but the sun will remain out all day.
The temperature is expected to hit a balmy 70 degrees with sunny skies Wednesday afternoon.
On Tuesday morning, you might have felt as if you would blow away, as high and chilly winds gusted through the city for a second day. But as the afternoon goes on, temperatures will climb to the mid- to upper 60s.
The summerlike spell of 80-plus degree days last week might have led you to forget, but it is, in fact, still March.
The summerlike March heat wave has come to an end after more than a week with temperatures exceeding 80 degrees, but even the lower temperatures are far in excess of what is typical for March.
In what will come as no surprise, this March, by far, is already ranking as the warmest on record.
Another day, another record shattered in subtropical Chicago.
Another record-setting day is expected Tuesday, as temperatures climb as high as the mid-80s in some far south suburban areas.
A string of five straight days of record warmth for Chicago ended on Monday, although the high temperature still matched a 91-year-old mark.
Temperatures will be quite a bit cooler along the lakefront than in inland areas Friday afternoon, but CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros says it’s only the difference between a nice day and a nicer day.