Warmer temperatures could finally be on the way, with a taste of summer possible next week – NBC Chicago

It really hasn’t looked like much spring for the past few weeks, but the Chicago area could potentially get a taste of summer in the coming days as significant warming is predicted.

This warming trend could see highs climb into the 80s by Monday, with dry conditions and the hottest temperatures of the year so far.

Before this warmer weather arrives, the region will likely face several days of below average temperatures. Wednesday will likely see early cloudy conditions with some clearing in the afternoon, but temperatures will only settle into the 50s across the region.

Thursday will see slightly warmer conditions, but rain will return to the forecast in the evening, with showers likely to persist for much of Friday in the city and southern suburbs.

Temperatures could be even cooler in communities along Lake Michigan on Thursday and Friday, with highs barely reaching 50 degrees in some places.

Highs are expected to remain in the 50s through Friday and Saturday, but the warming trend could potentially accelerate by Sunday. High temperatures for Mother’s Day could soar into the 60s and even the 70s in some places, with mostly cloudy skies for the holidays.

Monday will see even warmer temperatures, with winds blowing from the south and bringing highs into the 70s and 80s in the Chicago area.

Tuesday could be even warmer, with highs currently forecast to reach the mid-upper 80s in many places.

NBC Chicago

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