CHICAGO (CBS) — Scattered flurries are possible Tuesday morning with a weak disturbance moving across northern Illinois.
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Some peeks of sun are possible during the day before a secondary front moves in after dark. This second front could bring a better chance for flurries.
The evening frontal passage opens the door for a much colder air mass for Wednesday. Average high is 31 degrees, so we will spend Wednesday below average.READ MORE: City Colleges of Chicago Creates Scholarship Honoring Civil Rights Activist Timuel Black
But the cold is only with us for one day, because on Thursday, CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist expects rain, wind, and warmer temperatures with highs close to 50 degrees.
We have warmer temperatures, with a few rain showers, on Friday as well. We’ll actually climb into the 40s once again.MORE NEWS: 2 Killed, 6 Wounded In Weekend Shootings In Chicago
Our attention then turns to the weekend and the possibility for a wintry mix or even accumulating snow from Friday night to Saturday night. We’ll keep a close eye on this system as we approach the weekend.