Cold temps, rain and possible flurries for Chicago
Chicagoland is stuck with a cool and damp Thursday as the chance for wet weather continues.
The best chance for light scattered showers comes during a breezy and chilly morning.
Drier conditions are expected in the afternoon as our winds weaken and turn toward the south. It’s during the afternoon when temperatures may jump, eventually topping out near 50 degrees.
Cooler air is expected to starting moving into the region Thursday night and stick around heading into the weekend.
There is a small chance for a little light rain or snow tonight into Friday, with a very small chance for sprinkles or flurries Saturday.
Temperatures Friday and Saturday are only expected to reach the mid-40s.
A renewed surge of warmer air is forecast to arrive Sunday with the chance for showers and storms returning Sunday night.