Snow moves out of Chicago, chilly temps stick around

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Well, Chicago got another taste of winter overnight that left 1.4 inches in Chicago and continued into the early hours Tuesday.

As of 6 a.m., it was 26 degrees at O’Hare International Airport. After possibly dipping a bit lower Tuesday morning, temperatures are expected to increase later in the day, reaching a high of about 40 degrees.

The good news is that it’s going be a bit warmer Wednesday. According to the Chicago Weather Center, a high of 57 is expected (and no snow.)

Further precipitation is not expected until late Thursday, and that will most likely be rain.

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