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Temps break above 50° in Friday’s powerful “SSW” winds; a Sun/Mon temp drop follows, then another 50 Wednesday; late season arctic blast threatens late next week as Feb opens
Posted 10:39 PM, January 23, 2018, by
WGN Weather Team
Updated at 04:50PM, January 24, 2018
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Gusty “SW” winds help boost temps to more seasonable levels Friday; new weather system this weekend threatens another round of potentially thundery downpours, especially late Sat.
After a taste of spring, cold, clouds and wintry mix return this weekend
Summer Saturday: Warmest temps so far this year arrive in time for the weekend
Windy, wet late week storm’s rains raising new flood concerns; system’s “ENE” winds threaten sharp temp pullback; Tuesday’s sun/lighter wind speeds & Wed/Thu temp increase first are first on this week’s weather docket
Australia braces for rare set of Cat. 4 tropical cyclones on country’s north coast; Chicago’s blustery Friday segues to more seasonable weekend temps flirting with 50; Chilly, gusty “NE” winds back Monday; showery late week 60s?
Rain, cooler temps Sunday
Rain, cloudy skies Sunday; temps in 70s throughout week
Rain, thunderstorms possible Tuesday; warmer temps on the way
Nice after wettest Memorial Day on record
Temps in the high 60s Sunday, no rain expected
Chilly temps, cloudy skies throughout week
Powerful “SSW’ winds to send temps soaring; 83° today—warmth to hold through Saturday; today’s 32° temp surge over Tuesday’s high equivalent to squeezing a March to June “normal” temp increase in only 24 hours; scat. storms late tonight?
Cool and cloudy Monday, 80-degree temps. possible next weekend
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