High pressure settles in briefly on Sunday and brings a return of sunshine and highs near freezing. Clouds increase Monday ahead of another strong winter storm.
This storm looks to track slightly farther south than last Friday's storm giving us a better chance for accumulating snow. The forecast models all develop snow across the Chicago area pre-dawn on Tuesday, but they are conflicted with how much. Right now we could snow Tuesday morning through Wednesday morning with some freezing rain mixing in late in the day. Totals range from 2-4" with one model to 4-8" with another model. Stay tunes for latest updates.
Thursday and Friday there is a chance of flurries.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High 33, lows: 21
Monday: Increasing clouds with snow possible overnight. High 34, low 29
Tuesday: Cloudy and windy with accumulating snow mixing with freezing rain. High 31, low 30
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with snow in the morning. High 34, low 28
Thursday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with flurries. High 35, low 24
Friday: Partly sunny and breezy and cool. High 30, low 18