PM Update: Some frost possible overnight
Warm up begins in earnest on Thursday
With lots of sunshine around, today turned out fairly pleasant if also a little cool and breezy. Cool daytime readings not enough? This air mass has also set the stage for some potential frost overnight in the western and northern suburbs, so you may want to tend to any fragile outdoor plants this evening. Highs have slowly reached the low-and-mid 60s this afternoon, but winds sustained around 15 mph are adding an additional chill to the air.
Through Tonight: A cool and breezy evening with temperatures falling back into the 50s around sunset. As was the case most of the winter, persistent breezes should keep us from reaching our full "cold potential." Regardless, temperatures dip into the mid-or-upper 30s in the suburbs to the lower 40s downtown -- potentially cold enough for some areas of frost, especially any locations sheltered from wind.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): After a chilly (and in some places frosty) start, we'll see lots of sun during the morning before a few clouds drift by during the afternoon. Overall, it won't be that different than today -- maybe a touch warmer, but winds could offset that. Highs should head for the mid-60s. Winds should increase during the day, with gusts near or past 30 mph at times.
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