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Mother’s Day forecast: warmer and windier


Today: sunny morning with increasing clouds, warmer and windy. Colder than the lake. SE 10-20, G30 mph. Air quality is in the “Good” category for Chicago and much of the Midwest.
High 70 inland, below 60 near the lake

Tonight: cloudy, night with clearings and wind. SE 10-20, G30 mph
Low 53

Monday: Mostly sunny, much warmer and windy. S 20-30, G40 mph
The high temperature is about 80 inland, above 70 s on the shores of the lake. The water temperature in the lake remained dangerously cold in the mid-40s.

The extended outlook requires off-season heat with highs up to 80s and nearly 90 degrees this week, which are close to record high temperatures. This will be our longest warm weather since last October. Starting Tuesday, we will start to get much stronger if Tuesday and Wednesday at the end of the day there is a small chance of thunderstorms, but Chicagoland’s coverage is around 20%. The following weekend the temperature cooled in the 70s, which is still above normal.


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