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Despite recent clouds, flurries and chill, past week’s averaging 30-deg milder than year ago’s arctic chill; milder Pacific air & sun’s return Thursday lays foundation for higher temps in coming days; next storm on a southern track
Posted 10:45 PM, January 1, 2019, by
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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?
Persistent chill showing signs of tiring; milder-than-normal pattern is likely to dominate the final 10 days of March
June-level warmth is possible later this week
Milder air expected as the weekend approaches
Chilly Friday followed by modest warmup, but chill returns Monday
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
Last week of March begins windy and chilly, warmup starts mid-week
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Chill lingers, but a big warm-up is on the way
After a taste of spring, cold, clouds and wintry mix return this weekend
Springtime warmth to fade ahead of next storm
Not so great today, beautiful by Sunday
Spells of cold rain amid Saturday’s strengthening winds make for a cold close to chilly March 2019; mixed wet snowflakes not out of the question; predicted switch to milder jet stream in days ahead underpin expectations of milder temps
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