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Snow Will Hit Monday Afternoon, And It’ll Be A Gray Week — But Sun And Warmth Are Coming This Weekend

A warm, sunny weekend with temperatures in the 50s is coming.

A motorist wipes ice and snow off a car's windshield in Lincoln Park on Feb. 22, 2021.
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CHICAGO — Snow is expected to hit Monday afternoon — but the rest of the week will be a little warmer.

Monday will be chilly, with an expected high temperature of 35 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. It will be breezy, with wind gusts up to 35 mph. Snow is expected to start about 1 p.m., with 1-2 inches falling on Chicago. The snow is expected to stop in the evening.

The snow will be “very wet,” according to the National Weather Service, and “roads may briefly become slush covered due to the high precipitation rates.”

Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with a chance for drizzle in the morning, according to the weather agency. It’ll warm up to 41 degrees.

Wednesday will be partly sunny and warmer, hitting 46 degrees, according to the weather agency.

Thursday has a chance for rain and the day will be mostly cloudy and breezy, but it will hit 46 degrees again.

Friday has a slight chance for snow again in the morning, but the day will be mostly sunny and it will warm up to 44 degrees.

The weekend will see warmer weather: Saturday will be sunny with an expected high of 49 degrees, while Sunday will warm up to 56 degrees and be sunny.

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