Is it winter or spring in Chicago? Monday begins with rising temperatures in the low 40s. There will be areas of patchy fog and isolated showers.
Throughout the day temperatures continue to rise to near 50 degrees and thunderstorms are possible at night.
Tuesday morning starts in the low 50s with scattered showers and storms. Highs will be near 60 which would set a new record for the date.
There is also a chance of severe weather and heavy rain later in the day and Tuesday night. The biggest severe threat will be straight line winds and isolated tornadoes.
By Wednesday temperatures fall to the low 40s with rain and snow. Then back to the deep freeze on Thursday and Friday with highs in the mid teens.
Monday: Fog and clouds with isolated rain showers. Storms are possible overnight. Highs: 45-50 Lows: 45-53
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with near record warmth. A few showers possible in the morning with strong or severe storms late in the day and overnight. Heavy rain is also possible. Highs: 55-63 Lows: 32-36
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and colder with scattered rain and snow showers early. Highs: 33-36 Lows: 10-15
Thursday: Mostly cloudy and frigid. Highs: 14-18 Lows: -2 to 2
Friday: Partly cloudy and frigid with scattered snow showers at night. Highs: 15-20 Lows: 5-10
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with snow possible. Highs: 25-30 Lows: 15-20