CHICAGO (CBS) — The low for Wednesday night is 58 under fair skies.
A weak disturbance will move across Wisconsin on Thursday, but showers will have a hard time holding together as they drift our way in the afternoon.
We have a dry air mass in place, the showers are expected to collapse. Only a stray shower along the Wisconsin line is likely late in the day.
Otherwise, it will be warming into the lower 80s the next few days.
A weekend cold front will scatter shower chances late day Saturday and into the night. A secondary front will push a cooler air mass in for next week.
The Climate Prediction Center targets our area for below average temps much of next week. I expect highs only in the 60s and even 50s.