Chicago weather forecast: Sunshine returns as temperatures rise and weekend ends


After a frigid, mostly cloudy Saturday brought the Chicago area back to January’s spring-brinking conditions, the weekend is set for sunshine and warmer temperatures.

Temperatures in the Chicago area stayed in the low 20s on Saturday, but much of the area is expected to see readings in the low 40s by mid-afternoon.

It still feels lively to get out and walk the dogs in the morning, but temperatures are in the low 20s and may not hit the 30s until noon.

From there, temperatures can warm up a bit more quickly, reaching highs between 3pm and 4pm.

Parts of the Chicago area may have snow on Saturday, but no precipitation is expected to affect the area on Sunday. However, some cloud cover is expected to return to the area by evening.

Light breezes felt on Saturday are expected to continue for some time on Sunday, but westerly winds of 10 to 20 mph are expected throughout the day.

Residents in the Chicago area are hoping Saturday may have been the last sub-30s day of the season, as temperatures are expected to rise to the mid-50s by next week in tandem with the rainfall event. There may be

As for snow, the area may not be sunny, and in the latter half of 50-degree temperatures and rainfall, the winter mixture may migrate to the area.


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Written by Natalia Chi

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