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Temps moderate this week; Thanksgiving period looks chilly
Posted 9:17 PM, November 12, 2017, by
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Quieter, storm-free weather week—near seasonable temps; moist “atmospheric river” keeps rains/snows coming on West Coast—mountains remove most moisture before it reaches Chicago
Arctic chill’s frigid west winds delivering Chicago’s first below normal temps in 16 days; huge waves are battering Michigan shoreline; weather pattern’s progressive—cold air’s moving right along; temps rebound Thursday; new cold hits Sunday
Chilly temps dominate next 2 weeks—but a level of cold far less harsh than earlier this week; developing upper trough to deliver clouds & mixed Sunday precip; East Coast braced for wind & waves
High winds, including 60 mph gusts, sweep Chicago Thursday; same system delivered 30+” snow in Colorado’s mountains; Thanksgiving weather quiets down between storms—but Storm #2 brings rain by Saturday—and possible snow Sunday
Autumnal drop in temps brings worsening weather on lake
Mild weather turns stormy Friday ahead of temp plunge
Rain and snow overnight Sunday, dry week with temps. slightly above normal
Moisture-laden storm system brings potpourri of winter weather to the area; could be among January’s heaviest precipitation event in Chicago since records began in 1871
Complex winter storm follows brief windy warm up; all forms of precipitation on the table; Deep South severe weather risk
Two storms may pose travel concerns Thanksgiving week
First snow in weeks Monday night, chilly but likely dry on New Year’s Eve
Patchy freezing drizzle to affect parts of the Chicago area Wednesday a.m. More significant, potentially messy weather system to bring a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain Friday into Saturday. Colder pattern locking in the rest of January
New storm queuing up in the Rockies/Plains—2nd of the Thanksgiving holiday period; windy rains reach Chicago Friday night/Sat while new snowstorm targets Plains and Upper Midwest; wet snow here later Sunday/Sun night?
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