After weeks of frigid air, a warmup comes for Chicago with some relief from the dangerous cold.
Temperatures stayed below freezing through the weekend, but will be on the rise early this week.
Another chance for wintry precipitation will come on Monday, as a wintry mix of snow and rain is expected. However, temperatures will rise close to 10 degrees from Sunday into the upper 30s.
By Tuesday, temperatures will reach into the 40s and remain there through Thursday. For the coming weekend, temperatures will increase even more, hovering near 50 F.
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A continued pattern of above-average warmth this fall will keep heating costs down for consumers as they prepare financially for the approaching holiday season.
The dangers to lives and property will already be mounting across Japan on Sunday’s Election Day prior to Typhoon Lan slamming onshore at night.
Deadly wildfires ravaged Spain and Portugal this week while a potent storm in the Pacific Northwest caused damage near Seattle.
As winds and heat throttle up, the risk of wildfire ignition and spread will increase throughout California with the greatest risk in southern areas by early next week.
The picturesque Northern California wine country is currently under threat from the wildfires scorching the region.
While cleanup and power restoration continues after Ophelia, Storm Brian will deal the British Isles another blow with strong winds and rain into this weekend.
A wide variety of weather is expected across Germany this winter as big changes occur throughout the season.
The prolonged stretch of tranquil weather conditions across the central United States will be cut short as severe thunderstorms erupt on Saturday afternoon.