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Snow Possible Monday — But Rest Of The Week Is Looking Sunnier, Warmer

You might want to get outside Wednesday, when it'll hit 51 degrees and be sunny.

Rocks and buildings along Lake Michigan's shore at Rogers Beach Park in Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood on Dec. 4, 2020.
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CHICAGO — Monday could see snow, but the rest of the week should be sunnier.

There’s a chance for rain and snow before 4 p.m. Monday, with sprinkling possible until 5 p.m., and the skies will be mostly cloudy, according to the National Weather Service. the expected high temperature for the day is just 40 degrees.

Tuesday will improve a bit, though: It’ll be partly sunny with a high near 41 degrees.

Wednesday will be warmer, with an expected high of 51 degrees and sunny, clear skies, according to the weather agency. There could be wind gusts up to 20 mph.

Thursday will cool off a bit, with the high temperature falling to 48 degrees. But the day will still be mostly sunny.

Friday has a chance for rain in the afternoon, and it’ll be mostly cloudy, according to the National Weather Service. The high temperature will be 51 degrees.

Saturday will have another chance for rain and mostly cloudy skies, with a high temperature of just 48 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

Sunday will see the temperature drop a lot: It’s only expected to get as warm as 37 degrees. But the day will be partly sunny.

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