Temperatures to Rise by Weekend in Chicago

By Jillian MacMath, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
December 27, 2013; 2:05 AM
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After a snowy Christmas Day, Chicago will get a break from the white stuff through the remainder of the week.

Friday will warm into the lower 30s and near 40 on Saturday. Both days will feature partial sunshine and will be snow-free.

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However, more snow is on the way for next week as temperatures plummet. The cold will arrive in time for the New Year.

On Sunday temperatures will struggle to reach freezing in the afternoon and the snow showers will begin. The sun is expected to come out from behind the clouds on Monday, but temperatures will remain in the single digits.

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