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Autumnal drop in temps brings worsening weather on lake
Posted 9:19 PM, October 19, 2019, by
WGN Weather Team
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Mild weather turns stormy Friday ahead of temp plunge
Mild weather lasts the week but then a drop in temps
Cooler, drier air mass brings a taste of fall weather
Rain possible this weekend, drop in temps coming
The equivalent of a September’s worth of rain drenches south suburbs—6+” falls in hours amid continuous lightning; “NE” winds to bring cool, autumnal “feel” to Saturday churning Lake Michigan; pre-warm frontal t-storms back Sat night/Sun a.m.
Weekend temps 11-deg milder than last; winds off lake limit Sunday highs to 50s lakeside; intense autumn storm brings wind, rain & t-storms Monday—then high winds & temp downturn Tuesday; “Nestor” sweeping the Southeast
Showers/several storms to sweep the area in the muggy air 11 am to 4pm—severe weather threat highest south; humid air holds into Wednesday but an early taste of autumn with temps/humidities headed lower Thursday & Friday
Big drop in temps arrives for the weekend
Chilliest air of the season brings below-average temps, storms Saturday
Stellar fall week to turn stormy, then cold
Big drop in temps set to sweep into Chicagoland
Clock ticking on mild weather; showers and thunderstorms ahead of strong cold front send temperatures plunging; significant snows set to bury northern Rockies and Plains
Temps drop after rainy Friday, warm up Sunday into next week
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