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Clear And Crisp Start To Week, Ahead Of Mild And Wet ThanksgivingThe next couple days will be unseasonably cold for Chicago, and while temperatures will be mild for Thanksgiving Day, it’s likely to be a soggy holiday.
Chicago Braces For Winter Storm; More Than 8 Inches Possible North And West Of CityChicago’s first snowfall of the season was coming Friday night, and for some areas – especially north and west of the city – the first winter storm could be a big one.
Chance For Heavy Snow Prompts Winter Weather Watch In Northern, Western SuburbsExpecting as much as 7 inches of snow in some outlying suburbs, the National Weather Service has issued a winter weather watch for 17 counties north and west of Chicago, from Friday night through early Saturday afternoon.
Dibs Already? Some Chicagoans Jumping The Gun On Weekend SnowstormSome Chicagoans just can’t wait for the snow, apparently. Or, at least, they’re not waiting for the snow to arrive to begin calling dibs on parking spots.
Fall Storm System To Make For A Soggy Tuesday In ChicagoA large fall storm system was bringing plenty of rain to the Chicago area on Tuesday, with more than 2 inches possible in some spots by Wednesday afternoon.
Strong Winds To Continue Through Thursday P.M.; Lighter But Still Strong FridayGusts of up to 50 mph were measured across the Chicago area overnight, with some gusts as strong as 64 mph over the lake.
Fall Storm System To Bring Strong Winds, ThunderstormsA mild and sunny start to the day on Wednesday will give way to a strong fall storm that will bring damaging winds to most of Illinois.
Weather Roller Coaster Ahead For Chicago AreaSunny and pleasant, rainy and windy, cold and brisk; Chicago will have a taste of all kinds of weather over the next week.
Fall Storm To Bring Strong Winds MidweekThe Windy City will live up to its nickname later this week, as a fall storm is expected to bring strong winds to the Chicago area starting Wednesday night, and continuing through the day Thursday.
Mild Start To Week Before Remnants Of Patricia Bring Rain Tuesday PMMonday was expected to be mild and dry across the Chicago area, but as remnants of Hurricane Patricia move north, rain should begin falling Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday, and the week should end with noticeably cooler conditions.
Hurricane Patricia Could Bring Heavy Rain To Chicago Next WeekNot only has the Category 5 hurricane forced airlines and travel agencies to scramble to change plans for customers, it’s likely to have an effect on weather in the Chicago area sometime next week.
Warmer Temperatures Ahead After Chilly WeekendAfter a crisp and cool weekend for Chicago, much warmer temperatures are on the horizon this week.
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