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Spring off to a chilly start before late week warmth arrives
Posted 9:06 PM, March 19, 2017, by
WGN Weather Team
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Powerful “SSW” winds to deliver Fall 2018’s 14th 80-degree day fueling severe weather in Wisconsin, portions of Minnesota and Iowa; late night showers due here—heavier rains arrive later this week; deep Western U.S. trough signaling 80s here and Plains/Rockies snows next week
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Temps lower Tuesday ahead of midweek warm-up
Heavy storms headed toward the Chicago area, high winds possible
Tuesday’s 80-degree warmth and tropical moisture threaten late day/evening t-storms —several possibly severe; temps to crash into the 40s overnight; daytime highs this week to average 17-degrees lower than a week ago-in stark contrast to last year’s 90s
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Showers—some thundery—to continue sweeping Chicago; “wavy” jet stream to send abnormal late-season warmth/humidity streaming north into the Midwest the first half of coming work week; damp “NE” winds for Sunday’s Marathon
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