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Chilly Temps Are Sticking Around For A Few Days, But Chicago Will Warm Up By Week’s End

Cooler-than-usual temperatures will stick around until Wednesday, with frost expected early Wednesday and Thursday.

A person carries an umbrella as rain falls in Lincoln Square on a wintery night on Feb. 22, 2023.
Colin Boyle/Block Club Chicago

CHICAGO — The city will have a chilly start to the week — but it’ll warm up.

Monday is expected to be partly sunny with a high of 48 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. There could be wind gusts up to 10 mph.

Tuesday has a chance for rain in the morning and early afternoon. The day’s expected to be mostly cloudy, with wind gusts up to 20 mph and a high temperature of 45 degrees.

Wednesday will see the return of sunny skies — but there could be patchy frost in the morning and wind gusts up to 15 mph, according to the National Weather Service. It could hit 46 degrees.

Thursday will start with frost in the morning, but the day will see temperatures jump, as it is expected to warm up to 55 degrees. It’s expected to be mostly sunny.

Friday will be partly sunny with a high of 54 degrees, but there’s a chance for showers in the afternoon.

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