Clouds, winds to hold lake­front temps in 30s

Post Tribune (Sunday) - - Classifieds -

(Pre­cip­i­ta­tion at 6 a.m. CST)

A com­bi­na­tion of in­creas­ing clouds and east­erly winds will im­pact con­di­tions at Soldier Field on Sun­day af­ter­noon. The rain as­so­ci­ated with de­vel­op­ing low pres­sure in the cen­tral Plains will not reach our area un­til later Sun­day night, but the in­creas­ingly cloudy skies and gusty east winds off cool Lake Michi­gan wa­ters will keep af­ter­noon tem­per­a­tures along the lake­front in the mid- to up­per 30s.

Once here, rain will per­sist through Mon­day morn­ing, end­ing from the west Mon­day af­ter­noon. The cen­ter of low pres­sure is fore­cast to pass well to our north Mon­day, po­si­tion­ing us in the mild “warm sec­tor” of the low pres­sure sys­tem — strong southerly winds boost­ing tem­per­a­tures to the lower 50s. A sec­ondary cold front will sweep through from the west Tues­day morn­ing, pos­si­bly with light snow.

NA­TIONAL FORE­CAST

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