A surge of colder air will push late-October temperatures into Chicago this weekend.
Highs will be in the mid-50s Saturday with a mix of clouds and sunshine, and a passing shower. Normal highs for this time of year are in the low 60s, so temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than normal.
A gusty breeze will make it feel even cooler.
Even as more sunshine enters the region on Sunday, temperatures will reach 60 degrees but then struggle to reach 50 by Tuesday.
Lows will drop down into the mid- to upper 30s each night this weekend.
After another cold front next week, temperatures will dip down even lower, becoming the coldest so far this season.
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