CHICAGO (CBS) — Tuesday will start out with the coldest temperatures in nearly 10 months, and the coldest so far this season, in the single digits and teens.
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Wind chills Tuesday morning will be near zero degrees in a few spots, thanks to a breezy west wind.
Scattered snow flurries will be possible for Tuesday with highs only reaching the low 20s. A high of 24 degrees in Chicago will be about 15 degrees below average for this time of year. Wind chills will be in the teens for Tuesday afternoon.
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Wednesday will be cold with low 20s in the morning and mid 30s in the afternoon under a partly cloudy sky.
Thursday and Friday will be milder with areas of rain possible. Some snow mixed with rain will be possible for both Thursday and Friday morning. Look for low 40s this weekend.
The long-range outlook shows above average temperatures returning for much of next week with highs in the 40s and 50s.
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TUESDAY: Cloudy with a chance for flurries. High 24°.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy. High 35°.