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Pattern shift driving precipitation in California & the West breaks Chicago out of the “deep freeze” late this week and weekend; Wednesday’s flurries to be followed by rainy spell Friday night/Sat and a windy late-autumn storm Sunday PM
Posted 12:14 AM, November 21, 2018, by
WGN Weather Team
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Temperatures descending toward mid and late December-levels by late week—the coldest weather here in 7 months; the incoming chill sets the stage for some sticking snow late Thursday night into Friday
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Winter Weather Advisory north and west of Chicago for a wintry mix of freezing rain/drizzle and wet snow 3AM to noon CST Wednesday
Cold weather continues its winter break; westerly upper winds keep “mild” air coming through next week—daily temps 6 to 13-degrees above normal; precip nil until late week; sub-32-deg highs to cover less than 11% of the country
2nd powerful storm of the week less than 24 hours away—this one wet rather than snowy; weather here deteriorates rapidly over night; high winds, drenching, possibly thundery rains and shoreline lashing waves coming; 40s due late Sat
October weather — late summer heat, or early winter chill
Winter Storm Warning for Chicago-area Sunday: Deteriorating travel conditions, heavy snowfall expected
Light snow, freezing drizzle makes for slick conditions across area
Sunshine to continue in abundance this weekend
Season’s first snow expected Thursday night ❄️
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Strong to severe thunderstorms possible late this afternoon and evening across Chicago area
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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