Weather Story
NWS Chicago, IL

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Graphical depiction of the weather story for today.

Cool high pressure overhead tonight will provide the clear skies and calm winds that will set the stage for very chilly temperatures and fairly widespread frost development for parts of the area. The high pressure will slide east on Wednesday, with increasing clouds and a low chance for showers for parts of northern Illinois mainly along and west of I-39 during the afternoon. Temperatures will be fairly cool, most notably so along the lakefront thanks to onshore winds throughout the day. A chance for rain showers will continue Wednesday night, then on Thursday a warm up will be accompanied by widespread rain showers and possibly a few thunderstorms as a low pressure area and associated cold front track across the area.


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