Su­per sun day to toss out pos­si­ble record high

Chicago Tribune (Sunday) - - CHICAGO WEATHER CENTER -

Sun­shine will be in abun­dance Sun­day for the first time in nearly two weeks as a surge of mild Pa­cific air scours away the per­sis­tent cloud cover that has dogged the area. Af­ter­noon tem­per­a­tures are ex­pected to climb into the lower 50s, threat­en­ing the day’s 51-de­gree record high es­tab­lished in 1992. How­ever, the sun­shine and warmth will be short-lived as clouds and colder air re­turn Mon­day and Tues­day, with winds shift­ing into the north­east. As the colder weather reestab­lishes it­self, a se­ries of weather dis­tur­bances emerg­ing from the southwest may bring pe­ri­ods of snow­fall or win­try mix for the area Tues­day night through Thurs­day. The pre­cip­i­ta­tion should de­part by Thurs­day af­ter­noon, set­ting the stage for a cold re­main­der of the week with daily high temps climb­ing no higher than the low 30s.

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