Cooler temps move in

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Convergence just ahead of the approaching cold front, along with a break in the clouds has allowed temperatures  to jump into the middle 60s just prior to sunset this evening. However, as winds shift from south to west, colder Canadian-source high pressure will begin to spread over our area. Readings will drop through the 50s in many areas, especially west before midnight.

A secondary cold front will sweep through Wednesday bringing more cloudiness and chance of showers along with holding high temperatures in the 50s. Winds will be gusty – becoming more northwesterly later in the day.

For more, log on to Chicago Weather Center

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