CHICAGO (CBS) — There is one more cold night with frost before the warming trend begins.
Unseasonably cold air drifts into our region Monday night. Areas well north of us with freeze Warnings will drop into the 20s.READ MORE: Police Locate Parents After Toddler Found Alone In Chesterton, Indiana, Playing In Apartment Complex Hallway
The Frost Advisory in the area begins at midnight and continues until 8 a.m. This advisory does not include the city of Chicago.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Windy And Mild Midweek
Widespread frost is expected north of I-88 and near the Wisconsin state line.
Lots of sun is expected Tuesday with highs near 60 inland and low 50s lakeside. The next shower or storm chance arrives after dark Wednesday and into the night.MORE NEWS: Opening Weeks Sold Out For 'Marvel: Universe Of Super Heroes' Exhibit At Museum Of Science And Industry, But Evening Tickets Now Available
The best chance for rain and thunder is Thursday.