CHICAGO — It might not be a white Christmas for Chicago — but it will be a gray one.
The holiday, which falls on Saturday, will see mostly cloudy skies, according to the National Weather Service. There’s a 50 percent chance of rain, mostly in the morning and around noon. The day will get as warm as 45 degrees.
The lack of snow is not unexpected: Chicago is breaking its own record every day for having the latest start of the snowy season. There have been no days with “measurable” snow — meaning .1 inch or more — so far this winter.
There will be a chance for mixed rain and snow early Tuesday, but that’s the only chance for snow in the immediate future, according to the National Weather Service
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