Snow moves out of Chicago, chilly temps stick around
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.