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.
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.
The temperature Wednesday will climb to surpass the balmy conditions seen across the area a day earlier.
The Chicago area will experience multiple seasons in one day Friday, with thunderstorms for some area residents, and later, snow falling at a rate of 1 inch per hour for others.
This is the first day of meteorological spring, but the spring-like temperatures that predominated in the Chicago area 24 hours ago are history.
Enjoy the warm temperatures while they last, because the wind will pick up and the conditions will get colder in the afternoon.
Cloudy skies will give way to rain Tuesday evening, followed by a jump into the 50s and a dash of wet snow all in the same day on Wednesday.
A morning peppered with bursts of snow is giving way dry, overcast skies and temperatures jumping to 45 degrees.
The Chicago area is caught in an active weather pattern, with precipitation expected every day for the rest of the work week and cloudy, dreary skies during dry spells.
The temperatures are back up to the pleasant 40s this Wednesday afternoon, but you’ll be needing your umbrella.
The snow is done falling, but conditions remain chilly and dreary until the next system brings rain on Wednesday.
Thunderstorms swept through the Chicago area overnight, but don’t get fooled — it’s still January, and more snow is soon coming.
The winter storm Friday that dropped up to 10 inches of snow on the Chicago area is over — but sloppy conditions could continue with rain and warmer temperatures expected this week.
A day that began with rain and mild temperatures is giving way to cold, snow and blustering winds.
While Chicago will be treated to some relatively mild weather on Monday, temperatures will start dropping overnight–with freezing rain and snow developing for the Tuesday morning rush hour.
Rain will continue off and on through the afternoon as a stubborn system circulates around a low-pressure area.
Winds will pick up as the day progresses, as the temperature slowly transitions from a high of 40 down to the more seasonable 30s.