CHICAGO (CBS) — After highs in the 40s for many areas Thursday, a cold front will open the door for northwest winds to drag cold air our way.
The low drops to 17 Thursday night with a few flurries and a northwest wind.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Mainly Clear And Not As Cold Sunday Night
On Friday, winds chill will be in the single digits much of the day as the high climbs only to 20.
The high for Saturday climbs back to 28, Sunday 32.READ MORE: At Least 14 Shot, 1 Killed In Weekend Violence In Chicago
With the cold air mass in place, we’re watching two snow chances – Sunday and Monday. Right now, Sunday’s activity looks to be more showery in nature, with a dusting to 2 inches possible.
We could have plowable snow with Monday’s event – it all depends on the storm track. One model brings just a couple of inches, and another sets up a heavy snow band across Northern Illinois.MORE NEWS: Man, Woman Shot When Fights Breaks Out At Gathering At Longwood Manor Home
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