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Posted at 3:20 PM ET, 04/ 8/2008

CommuteCast: Another Cool and Cloudy One

By Ian Livingston

Warmer Wednesday as sun tries to break through

The stubborn marine air locked over the region did not budge much today, as clouds continue to fill the sky, while cool temperatures remain. Highs have reached the low to mid 50s through mid-afternoon and they will hold steady through sunset. No precipitation is expected this evening for the ride home.

Tonight: Surprise, surprise, more clouds and cool temperatures are expected overnight! Lows will hit the mid 40s in most locations, and a few low 40s are possible in the north and west suburbs.

Tomorrow: Winds from the northeast are expected to switch and come out of the southeast on Wednesday. This will probably allow clouds to break by afternoon, at least partially, and will also bring warmer temperatures into the area. Expect highs to reach the low to mid 60s, depending how much sun makes it through the clouds. There's also a chance of isolated light showers, especially north of town, as a cold front approaches late in the day.

See Matt's forecast through the weekend.

By Ian Livingston  | April 8, 2008; 3:20 PM ET
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