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Wind-driven rains to ride strong winds as Wed. night/Thur. autumn storm arrives; gusts to top 35 mph; tomorrow’s 10° full-day temp surplus would be the largest in a month; powerhouse storm to sweep Midwest next Tues./Wed.
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Active pattern continues—the second of two disturbances reintroduces rain and to the west & north some possible wet snow Tues night into Wed; more potent Halloween storm with gusty winds, rain & possible wet snow comes next
All eyes on Halloween autumn storm potential; NE winds strengthen with system’s approach Wednesday & Wed night; its rains to sweep in overnight first transitioning to wet snow well away from the lake then in the city by/during Thursday afternoon; lakeshore to take a pounding from its waves”
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High winds, including 60 mph gusts, sweep Chicago Thursday; same system delivered 30+” snow in Colorado’s mountains; Thanksgiving weather quiets down between storms—but Storm #2 brings rain by Saturday—and possible snow Sunday
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