Cool Blast Replaces Chicago Storms

By , Senior Meteorologist
October 6, 2013; 4:17 AM ET
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After several days of warm and stormy weather, a blast of noticeably cooler air began to move into Chicagoland.

In the wake of a cold front triggering thunderstorms, the cooler air dropped Sunday's temperatures into the low 60s, making Sunday Chicago's coolest day since mid-September.

A couple of showers will return Monday as the cool temperatures persist.

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A trend towards drier, sunnier and milder weather will then commence through the end of the week. High temperatures are expected to climb back to around 70 by Wednesday and stay there through Saturday.


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