CommuteCast: Clear Skies to Slowly Give Way
Breezy and warmer on Wednesday
Sunshine and low dew points have led to a crystal clear early spring day across the region. Temperatures currently in the low 50s will rise another degree or two before falling back into the upper 40s this evening. No precipitation will be found anywhere near the region for the drive home.
Tonight: Increasing clouds will lead to a slight chance of showers (20%) after midnight. Any shower activity is expected to be widely scattered, and many locations will not see rain. Clouds will keep low temperatures a little warmer than last night, with the northwest suburbs falling to near 40 while the city and locations southeast fall to the low or mid 40s.
Tomorrow: Wednesday will be partly sunny and warmer, after a slight risk of early morning showers, thanks in part to winds coming out of the west and off the mountains. Expect high temperatures to reach the low and mid 60s across the entire area as winds gust towards 25 mph at times.
See Matt's forecast through the weekend.
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