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Snow Expected Monday, And The City Will Cool Down This Weekend

Temperatures will fall into the 40s Friday — and the city will stay cold throughout the weekend.

Makayla Robinson, Diontay Sibley and Kianna Brown walk down a plowed road to avoid the snowy sidewalks after a heavy snowfall this weekend in Chicago's Austin neighborhood on February 1, 2021.
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CHICAGO — It’s been a warm week for Chicago — but the city will cool off this weekend, and snow is possible early next week.

The city saw 60-degree temperatures and sun this week, with Chicago even trying its record for the warmest March 9 when it hit 69 degrees Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Temperatures will stay warmer Thursday, which has an expected high of 58 degrees, according to the weather agency. It’ll get sunnier throughout the day.

But temperatures will fall to the 40s Friday, and it’s only expected to get as warm as 48 degrees, according to the weather agency. The day will be mostly sunny.

Saturday will see temperatures in the low 40s, with the day partly sunny.

And Sunday — which has a change for rain in the afternoon — will be mostly cloudy with an expected high of 40 degrees, according to the weather agency.

Monday will be even chillier, as it’s expected to hit just 37 degrees. Rain and snow are likely before 1 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.

There’s another chance for rain and snow on Tuesday, which has an expected high temperature of 40 degrees.

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