Wintry chill arrives over the weekend. First is likely to lower temps about 12 degrees compared to Friday.
A good deal of cloudiness, though some peeks of sun are possible are possible during the first half of the day. Morning NW winds shift NE off still-icy Lake Michigan, averaging 7-17 mph. Readings plunging to near 30 by evening. Clouds lower, thicken Saturday night. Light snow develops, ending by daybreak. Accumulations range from a dusting to possibly 2" in far northern suburbs.
Mostly cloudy, blustery, unseasonably cold.
Readings 20 degrees below normal. Some flurries possible at times, heavier wintry precipitation likely downstate.
A frigid start to St. Patricks Day away from the lake with some single digit temperatures possible.
Readings rebound a bit in the afternoon under the day's generous sun. East winds 5-14 mph.
Noticeably milder for Election Day.
Sun followed by increasing cloudiness. Chance of rain, but more likely at night. SE winds shift south late. Highs range from low 40s lakeshore; 53 south suburbs.
Cloudy, showery and mild at the start.
Turning colder late, rain may mix with or briefly change to wet snow late before ending. Southerly winds become west then northwest by evening.
Becoming partly sunny, a bit cool for the season.
Afternoon highs in the lower 40s, about 5 degrees below normal.
Increasing cloudiness, windy and noticeably milder.
Gusty south to southwest winds push readings above 50 degrees for only the fourth time this year. Showers develop late or at night.