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Winter Weather Advisory for snow, ice Chicago area-wide Tuesday night into Wednesday
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An explanation of the seven daily forecast high/low temps on the Chicago Tribune weather page
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Winter Weather Advisory for freezing rain starting tonight into Thursday for most counties along and north of I-88 and west/north of Chicago
Rainy, seasonably mild Thursday
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