Chilly Vet­er­ans Day, but even colder air com­ing

Chicago Tribune (Sunday) - - CHICAGO WEATHER CENTER -

74° (1964) 15° (1950)

Peeks of sun will make it feel just a lit­tle warmer, but Sun­day’s Vet­er­ans Day high tem­per­a­tures in the mid- to up­per 30s will still be con­sid­er­ably be­low the nor­mal 51-de­gree high for this date. And it’s go­ing to get even colder quickly, as a strong cold front sweeps through our area overnight.

Once we fall be­low 32 de­grees Sun­day evening, the area’s weather may not warm much above that mark again un­til Wed­nes­day. The lead­ing edge of arc­tic-source high pres­sure will fol­low the cold front into north­ern Illi­nois and north­west In­di­ana on Mon­day with the cold­est air ar­riv­ing Tues­day, when day­time highs will likely hover in the mid- to up­per 20s. Tues­day night and Wed­nes­day morn­ing will likely see our cold­est weather so far with lows in the teens al­most areaw­ide and wind chills 0 to 5 de­grees above.

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