CHICAGO (CBS) — If you like the weekend’s warm weather, you will certainly enjoy what’ll be coming up for the rest of the week.
According to CBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran, it won’t get as high as Sunday, where temps were recorded in the 60s, but it will be above average for the rest of the week.
But some areas will have to deal with flurries first.
A fast-moving upper-level disturbance will push a few scattered flurries through the northern parts of our viewing area early in the morning. Otherwise, clouds to start the day Tuesday with afternoon clearing.
Gusty west winds will pull in dry air and clear the skies on Tuesday afternoon. It will be unseasonably mild day with highs in the upper 40s near 50.
TUESDAY: High of 49, evening low around 32.
WEDNESDAY: A little cooler with a high of 48 and the nighttime low of 31.
THURSDAY: It’ll get warmer with a high of 51 degrees and at night, things will cool down to 32.
FRIDAY: The temps will dip just a bit for a high of just 41 degrees and a low of 33. The weekend will stay in the 50s.