After a stormier start to the week, conditions in the Chicago area should dry out Wednesday.
Skies will clear and It will become cooler on Wednesday, as temperatures will be in the low 70s. Normal temperatures are around 83 F for this time of year.
A shower or thunderstorm may move into the are during the afternoon, but is not expected to be severe.
Highs will persist in the mid-70s through Thursday, accompanied by some sun.
A trend of warmer weather will being Friday with highs returning to the mid-80s.
Overnight lows through Thursday will hover between the upper 50s and mid-60s.
Following a dry Thursday, a shower or thunderstorm looks to return on Friday.
For those headed to the viewing of the World Cup game between the United States and Germany in Grant Park, there could be a storm in the area.
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Damaging winds, flash flooding and even isolated tornadoes will sweep across the Mississippi River Valley into Wednesday night.
For the final days of April, it will feel like winter is enacting its revenge across southern Germany as snow makes an appearance.
Those planning on celebrating King’s Day in the Netherlands on 27 April should prepare to face cool, wet conditions when they take to the streets.
Violent storms and flash flooding will target the south-central United States from late Friday through Sunday and may hit some neighborhoods hard in the middle of the night.
While the peak of the extreme heat has passed New Delhi, no lasting heat relief will come to India until the monsoon arrives in June or early July.
Two years following a catastrophic earthquake, Nepal is still cleaning up from the disaster that killed thousands of people and destroyed cities.
Several days of heavy rain have resulted in dangerous flash flooding across the Carolinas this week, resulting in road closures, water rescues and rising river levels.
A cold snap will continue to have a firm grip on the United Kingdom until the days just prior to the May Day Bank Holiday weekend.