Markedly colder! Thursday's peak 32-degree temperature is to be 24-degrees below Wednesday's 56-degree high and 6-degrees below normal.
Gusty west to northwest winds 11 to 23 mph produce daytime chills in the 16 to 24-degree range. -A bit of mixed, filtered sunshine early but the day's cloud cover is to increase and nearly overcast skies are likely to dominate most of the day. Temperatures won't move more than a few degrees all day and may trend lower, easing back into the upper 20s to around 30 as an overcast takes hold. Extensive cloudiness and colder Thursday night. Northwest overnight winds 7 to 16 mph. Overnight lows are to range from upper single digits in a few of the coldest far west and northwest suburbs to 17 at O'Hare and near 20 in the Loop.
The area is to shiver through the season's coldest daytime and nighttime temps since last February.
Daytime temperatures as much as 10-degrees colder than Thursday's and 15-degrees below normal. A good deal of cloudiness, but spells of mixed sun develop and grow more numerous in time during the afternoon. Northwest winds 7 to 16 mph produce wind chill (apparent) temperatures mainly in the 10 to 15-deg range. Skies clear Friday night allow still colder temperatures. Readings dip to low and mid single digits coldest inland locations to +9 at O'Hare to the mid teens in the Loop.
Mostly sunny----but cold for the season.
Daytime highs 15-degrees below the normal of 37-degrees. The day's lighter wind regime is to spare area residents more modest wind chills than might otherwise have occurred. Northwest winds of 4 to 13 mph are likely to produce wind chills limited to the teens. Nighttime temps may briefly drop fairly sharply heading into Saturday night but should level off and even stage a modest rebound toward daybreak Sunday. Variable overnight winds swing east to northeast 4 to 9 mph overnight.
The area could be in for an accumulation of snow, particularly late in the day into Sunday night.
A disturbance lifting northeastward from the Gulf of Mexico produces Sunday's thickening cloud deck, While a few flurries can't be ruled out, particularly lakeside areas in the morning, the potential for broader coverage snowfall increases in the afternoon or evening. Snow continues into Sunday night. There are indications sections of the Chicago may see several inches of snow. East to northeast winds strengthen 10 to 22 mph and continue Sunday night.
The second arctic blast of the week gets underway in the strong northwest winds on the backside of our late weekend storm system.
Flurries and clouds may linger into morning, but clouds are likely to break allowing mixed sunshine. Temps open in the mid 20s and fall into the teens by evening. Bears game kick-off time Monday evening and night weather: Becoming mostly clear, but windy and frigid. Early estimates for kick-off time weather at Soldier Field: Temps 10 to 16-degrees; northwest winds 16 to 26 mph; game time winds chills 0 to -8-degrees.
Cold! Generous sunshine mixes in the afternoon with some clouds.
Temperatures rise no higher than the teens for the first time this season -- levels more than 20-deg below normal amid gusty west to southwest winds 12 to 24 mph. A few flurries are possible early Tuesday night, then clearing, blustery and bitterly cold. Nighttime lows may dip below zero in the coldest inland locations ranging to +2 at O'Hare and +6 in the Loop.
Mostly sunny but continued unseasonably cold.
Highs limited again to the teens -- readings more than 20-deg below normal. Northwest winds ease 6 to 14 mph.