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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?
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Temps to sizzle here in longest warm streak since August; scattered t-storms possible tonight & isolated storms in higher humidities later this week; lake breezes to limit shoreline highs to mid 70s/low 80s Wednesday through Sunday
Rain, cloudy skies Sunday; temps in 70s throughout week
Rain, cooler temps Sunday
Hazy, hot and humid as summer temps. finally arrive
Rain, thunderstorms possible Tuesday; warmer temps on the way
Rainy, warmer temps on the way
Temps in the high 60s Sunday, no rain expected
Chilly temps, cloudy skies throughout week
After cool June so far, temps hit the 80s starting this weekend
Cool and cloudy Monday, 80-degree temps. possible next weekend
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.
Rain, cloudy skies, warmer temps
Disturbance tugs temp-dropping “NNE” winds into city Wed., plus some mainly late-day/nighttime light rain; warm, humid tropical air and 80°+ weekend highs to fuel scattered t-storms; season’s first hot weather showing up on model forecasts the following weekend
Temps surge to 85-deg Saturday—Chicago’s warmest, most humid weather to date in 2019 & the warmest set of weekend highs since Sept; scattered t-storms to “bubble up” in Sat afternoon’s warmth; more numerous t-storms Sat.night/Sunday
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