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Chilly, cloudy November open to take a wintry turn Friday
Posted 9:39 PM, November 7, 2018, by
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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.
Severe weather/drenching rain potential hangs over Chicago late Friday/Fri night; May 2019 sets new record: 16 of first 23 days on books with measurable rain—a first in 149 years; NOAA puts odds on 4 to 8 2019 Atlantic hurricanes; 9 to 15 named storms
Chilly temps, cloudy skies throughout week
Quiet, milder Tuesday weather yields to rainy spells and strengthening “NNE” winds Wed. p.m./night beneath north flank of intensifying downstate storm; temps here to take a hit—but warmer, more humid pattern due for the weekend; area’s first hot spell of 2019 late next week?
Chicagoans treated Wednesday to 2019’s warmest weather yet —last day warmer: 85° Oct. 9; new storm lifting into eastern Midwest Friday placing Chicago beneath its windy, cool western flank-40 mph northerly gusts churn Lake Michigan
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Bomb cyclone’s expansive circulation draws blustery chill into Chicago-but its warm sector to return 60s late Thursday with severe weather threat; non-t-storm high winds a threat here Friday; Storm to set record low pressures in Plains-a crippling blizzard too
After most thunderstorm days in 4 decades, Chicago area to get welcomed break from rain as the next wet weather system passes south targeting the Gulf Coast
Friday’s windy sunshine belies the wet, windy, potentially wintry turn Saturday afternoon & night as a compact spring storm sweeps out of Plains; only one in 10 years has produced measurable snow in Chicago this late in season
Huge pattern realignment to warm Chicago while parking chilly air over the West in coming week; the road to warmth here to see fluctuations—but more “ups” than “downs”; readings near 80 Thursday & Saturday—east winds mean 60s Friday
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