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Chicago Weather: Warm Stretch Begins With Temperatures In The 50s

CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago area will warm up a little more Sunday with temperatures running about 10 degrees above the norm at a high of 53. The day will be mostly sunny with a southerly wind gusting up to 20 mph.

The warmup continues Monday with sunny skies and temperatures jumping to the low 60s — almost 20 degrees above the norm. Temperatures will remain mild through Wednesday when a system moves in, bringing rain and cooler temperatures and a possibility of thunderstorms. However, there is currently no threat of severe weather indicated. Forecast: Sunday: Mostly sunny and warmer with a high of 53 Sunday night: Partly cloudy and mild. Low of 40. Monday: Sunny and warm with a high of 62. SW wind gusting to 25.

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