DOWNTOWN — It’ll be chilly in Chicago on Thursday and Friday — but it’ll warm up over the weekend again.
It’s expected to only get as warm as 30 degrees on Thursday and 29 on Friday, according to the National Weather Service, though winds will make it feel even colder. It could feel as chilly as 7 degrees early Friday.
But that will change on Saturday, when the city will be mostly sunny with a high of 37 degrees, according to the agency.
Sunday will be the best, though: It’ll be 50 degrees outside, even though the skies will have a few clouds.
Monday is expected to stay warm with a high of 48 degrees, though there’s a chance for rain.
It will mark the second straight Sunday with unseasonably warm temperatures. Last Sunday hit 55 degrees at O’Hare Airport, but temperatures have dropped since then.