By Mark McIntyre Jr, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer
Good Saturday afternoon, all!
Make sure you dress warmly as you step outside today. Despite plentiful sunshine, we can expect a high around 41 degrees for the City, and stuck in the 30s for the northwest ‘burbs.
Clouds move into the area overnight and will prevail during the day tomorrow, and it will be a few degrees warmer than today… but still chilly! Highs will not make it out of the 40s. Just for some perspective, the normal high is 53.
Monday morning into Monday night we’re looking at periods of rain and gusty winds as a disturbance slides up the coast. With temps in the 40s it’s going to feel pretty raw out there. We could even be dealing with some wintry precip in the early morning and late night periods for our northwest suburbs… stay tuned for those details.
Skies clear out Tuesday, but it gets even colder – highs only in the mid/upper 30s with a stiff breeze. Bundle up!
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